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  • atypicalLIVING 12:55 pm on December 3, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    The Anti-Canvas Show is tonight at SOHO Mixed Media Bar in Chinatown. Check out boardshorts done up with the art of some of the World’s best artists. 100% of the proceeds go to Junior Lifeguards, The Lokahi Giving Project, and Susan G. Komen for the Cure.

    Art show, Silent Auction, and Melali Video + Music from Rob Machado start at 5pm. The after party and DJ start at 9pm.

    For more, check out http://www.contrastmagazine.com

     
  • atypicalLIVING 6:47 am on February 2, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Rhythm Defined 

    Mighty 4 gets February started off right with a fresh 1 vs. 1 BBoy battle this Saturday at SOHO.

    Hosted by Creed Chameleon, this event is looking to find out who can rock the beat individually to take home the coveted First Place Award.  The event is judged by Paulskee and JR RythmBugz with DJs Une and Antriks providing the sounds.

    This looks ot be a fun First Saturday in Chinatown, so make sure you hit it up right.

    Rhythm Defined goes down Saturday night at SOHO Mixed Media Bar on Pauahi St.  $10 gets you through the door.  Event starts at 3pm.

    For more info, check out http://www.Mighty4.com

     
  • atypicalLIVING 9:36 am on January 21, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Haiti, , , , SOHO   

    Rage For Haiti 

    If you haven’t donated your support to the Red Cross or Yele Haiti via the website or text message, then please, I beg of you to hit up this amazing fundraising event.

    If you have, then I ask you to please check out this event and help the giving continue.

    Chinatown’s finest have come out and will dedicate one night of performances to Haiti.

    Rage for Haiti will span three venues (SOHO, Manifest, and Next Door) and 100% of all proceeds will go to benefit the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund.

    Please support and show some love for our Haitian brothers and sisters.

    This all goes down 7pm this Friday in Chinatown.  Just follow the signs and the crowds of people.

    Tickets are available now at FITTED, UH Campus Center and Manifest.

     
  • atypicalLIVING 12:48 pm on December 4, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Ethnic Creative, , , SigZane, SOHO   

    Hilo Rain // Hurley Anti-Canvas 

    I could explain the awesome significance of this piece by SigZane/Ethnic Creative’s Kuhao Zane, but I think I’ll let him do the explaining for this.

    Aloha All,

    I wanted to take some time out to talk about this Anti-Canvas Art Show I got to take part of…. First off big up to ITO and Contrast Magazine for putting me on the line up! Much mahalos!

    I’ll be breaking down the elements of the design so that peeps can grasp the visual and subliminal. Then make sure to head over to SOHO mixed media bar tonight to attend theANTI-CANVAS!

    Hurley will utilize a “sublimation” process to make a one-of-a-kind board short with the art that will be auctioned off for the charities. This manufacturing method uses a heat transferring process that preserves the integrity and details of the design.

    And on with the details…..

    Ohe Kapala // Ua
    The Hawaiian Bamboo Stamp. I used the Ua Ohe Kapala Symbol in various sizes and colors to represent the blanket of rain that Hilo witnesses all too often. The Ohe Kapala also offers a cultural connection to Hawaii. Hawaii is known thru out the pacific to have one the most complex Kapa and Ohe Kapala designs usually telling stories of environmental phenomenon or tracing linages and genealogy.

    ModernPop // Rolling Clouds Over The Land
    The grey and black oval shapes are the black clouds that roll in over the land. Hilo Bay works as a hook to hold the heavy moisture between Mauna Kea, Mauna Loa and Kilauea. The Yellow-ish Green shades at the bottom represent the the areas of land that haven’t been covered by the clouds just yet. Sometimes the upper hamakua areas will allow a small opening for the sun to shine that will illuminate the rain with a prism of color.

    Positive Sign +
    This story is from about 6 years back, when I first started to work for my dad(legally). Uh…. Lets just say I was waaay negative. I was basically exactly what Hilo raised me to be….. A somewhat hater. Of course I went to college and got educated, and still I could not help but think ultra negative thoughts in our company meetings. So…. Long story short, I would draw little Positive signs every time I thought something negative in a meeting. A couple meetings in, my note book would be full of +++++++++++. But over time, it made me conscious of when my thoughts would go negative and I would try to take the negative thought and turn it into a positive. Fast forward to today. I have no + signs on my notebook, don’t really need the reminder anymore…. I just use it in design to recognize the transition from a negative to a positive time.

    Dedicated
    Back in 98-00′ our halau took our freshly created production “Kamehameha Pai’ea” on the road. Couple shows in Cali, AZ and Alaska….. In this three act hula production we had to make our own costumes, weapons and leis as well as learn a bunch of new Kamehameha inspired choreography. During this period I kept staring at the statue in Hilo which was newly erected at the time. Not much after returning from the tour I left for FIDM and during one of my breaks back home I went to the statue and took a picture of Kamehameha. Headed back to school with a fresh picture to work my vector-pushing skills… Ever since then I’ve had this Kamehameha art on file. I’ve used it a few times like here and there. But over all, it still holds the meaning of everything I learned and represents the process of being inspired by my home environment and taking that to a worldly scale.

    I know thats a whole lot to process….. Take your time… Read what you like and come back and finish. But make sure to be there at the Anti-Canvas Tonight!

    KZ

    http://www.ethniccreative.com/ethnicity

     
  • atypicalLIVING 7:45 am on September 19, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Neon Neon, SOHO   

    NEON NEON, a benefit for Kenneth Brimer 

    Text courtesy of FITTED Hawaii.

    Please come down to Neon Neon this Saturday @ SOHO in support of our brother Kenny and his recent diagnosis with Leukemia. Hawaii Bone Marrow Donor Registry will also have a booth set up the same night inside of SoHo, between 7 – 9PM. If you haven’t, please take a couple minutes to sign up; its absolutely free! We’re humbly asking for everyone’s help in the search for a bone marrow match and transplant. Below is a personal message from Kenny himself along with more info on how you can help out:

    “My name is Kenneth Brimer and I’ve been diagnosed with Chronic Lymphotic Leukemia. The doctor says that I have a good chance to be elected to have stem cell transplant. You can’t believe how unexpected this is, at my age (36). I have it in me to get over this…. but it seems like the fight is only half the battle. I need the fight of other people along with mine to kick this.” “Thank you for all of the help.”Kenneth Brimer

     
  • atypicalLIVING 11:25 am on August 14, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , DJ TKO, , Joe Gosalvez, , Nosaj Thing, SOHO   

    Nosaj Thing LIVE at SOHO 

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    Nosaj Thing will be performing live this Saturday night at SOHO Mixed Media Bar.

    He’s been doing his thing and making things happen in LA, even being featured at Daddy Kev’s Low End Theory. He’ll be bringing his brand of grimey digital live beatmaking to SOHO.

    Also dropping beats that night will be lightsleeper Joe Gosalvez and DJ TKO.

    This all goes down this Saturday night at SOHO Mixed Media Bar. The 21+ show starts at 9PM, with advance tickets $12 and $15 at the door.

    For more info and tickets, check out Peanut Butter and Ghosts.

     
  • atypicalLIVING 5:48 am on August 3, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    2D: The art of 2Day – featuring the art of DALEK 

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    The next big art event for Hawaii actually goes down this First Friday at the new SOHO Mixed Media Bar on Pauahi Street.

    This Friday, they host the art of influential fine artist DALEK. This show will features ALL NEW pieces, never before seen in public. This show is put together by the fine folks at in4mation and Contrast Magazine.

    Everything from this show will benefit The Contemporary Museum, including a special collaboration shirt between in4mation and DALEK. With each shirt purchase, the customer will receive a free, one-year individual pass to the Contemporary Museum.

    This all goes down this First Friday at 6pm at the SOHO Mixed Media Bar at 80 S. Pauahi Street, next to Fort Street Mall and JJ Dolan’s. Afterparty to follow.

    For more, check out The Contemporary Museum site or in4mation.

     
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