Posts Tagged ‘Honolulu’

Banyan Surfer 2-3 ratio canvas wrap and now metallic paper

This art piece is titled Banyan Surfer This picture is available as a custom print or canvas to pretty much any size or arrangement that you desire, up to a maximum of 38 x 90 inches on single pieces or much larger again as a triptych canvas (in 3 pieces) I print and sign my […]

Honolulu’s Ala Moana Bowls pumps!

I’ve lived here on the island of Oahu since late 1997 and the best I ever did see the waves look at Ala Moana was that very same year. That was till yesterday, June the 6th. Strong trades groomed the lineup and fanned the spray into clean plumes of water, off the back of the […]

Surf City Canvas wrap line-ups.

Folks, I’ve dabbled a little bit here and there with photoshop over the years, but what I like to do is create amazing scenes that you wouldn’t otherwise ever see. Scenes that are quite obviously not real, to most folks, but always ultimately compelling to look at for most everyone. It started a few years […]

The Annual Aloha Bowl in Hawaii

Mid time entertainment at the Aloha Bowl at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Lanes dad just visited us for Christmas here in Hawaii and while he was here, he took us to the Sheraton Aloha Bowl, which is a pretty important, annual footballmatch in Honolulu at Aloha Stadium. This year, the match was between the University of Hawaii Warriors and a team from Tulsa, Arizona. I distinctly remember […]

Ariel view of Flynn Novak at Pipeline

Flynn Novak perfectly pitted at Pipeline.

Folks, I just started a new gallery of Ariel images of Oahu. In other words, pictures of Oahu, taken from high above, usually in a helicopter, with my good mate Josh Lang. Todays image comes from a session at Pipeline with Flynn Novak positioned perfectly in the barrel. Enjoy! Sean Footnote: Folks, Flynn needs a […]

Home Sweet Home

Landing in Honolulu

Lane and I just spent the last couple of days over on the BIG island of Hawaii, relaxing and checking the place out a little. Lane grew up on the Big island, so she’s always stoked to go back there. She even got a couple of decent surfs in at Banyons while we were there. […]

Uh Oh, looks like a legitimate Tsunami coming for Hawaii

Foodland north shore, early this morning

We woke very early this morning to tourists scrambling to get their stuff packed into cars and out of here. A massive earthquake in Chili last night was called a Super-Quake. Apparently they only happen in the world like 0.3 times a year, which is one every 3 years in the entire world. This one […]

Deep Impact in the pacific

It’s amazing what you can do with the modern day photoshop tools. I learnt the old fashioned way myself, in the dark room, “dodging” and “burning”, wasting sheet after sheet of photographic paper. These days though, it’s a trip what you can do. Imagine it and then go do it. That simple, really. Take this […]

A south side sunset

Today, I’ll turn your attention away from the north shore and over to the south side of Oahu and in particular, a golden- red sunset over Ala Moana – Magic Island. Aloha Sean