At the March Honolulu Night Market, Harry’s Alley was full of balloons. All you had to do was look up to discover the Pop installation created by Dimitri Damiel Kim. The video below details the process of installing the balloons.
More pictures from March’s event courtesy of photographer Matthew Hatae, aka ‘MASH.’ Hatae, born and raised in NY/NJ, now lives in Honolulu and in addition to a being a professional photographer (specializing in weddings), he is a Japanese translator, captain for Hawaii Nautical boat excursions and dive master. Check out MASH‘s pics below..
Honolulu Night Market really did POP this past weekend.
Thousands of eager fans piled in to 683 Auahi St for this latest installment of Honolulu Night Market in Kakaako. The “Pinch of Salt” warehouse (recently named BEST LATE-NIGHT SHOPPING by Honolulu Magazine) was packed all night with vendors and shoppers alike, while the main stage hosted entertainment by Sing The Body, Taimane Gardner, and not one… not two… but THREE fashion shows.
Check out the gallery below for scenes from Honolulu Night Market: Pop
The skate ramp is back at tonight’s HONOLULU NIGHT MARKET! Check out the BMX and skateboarding line-ups below and don’t forget to bring your own skateboards! From 7-8 pm there will be an open youth skate session and from 9-10 pm it will be adult open skate (3 art cards to get entry). Check it out tonight at the Honolulu Night Market, and mahalo to Mike Kays of BDK SKATE!
7PM-8PM Open Youth Skate Session = 3 Art Cards (parents must sign release form)
9PM-10PM Open Adult Skate Session = 3 Art Cards (must sign release form)
The Honolulu Night Market crowd will be treated to not one, not two, but three fashion shows tomorrow night in Kaka‘ako. Kicking things off, UH’s APDM program (Apparel Product Design and Merchandising) will show off their designs during a SPECTRUM fashion show, followed by resort and swimwear fashion by Tiare Thomas of Haus of Beautes, which will include the debut of Salt Liko, a new line co-created by Thomas and designer Matt Bruening with graphic designers/cultural consultants Kuhao Zane and Brandy-Alia Serikaku. To cap it all off, there will be a final streetwear show by Tiare Thomas.
Check it all out tomorrow on the main stage at the Honolulu Night Market!
Stop by Community’s booth at the Pinch of Salt warehouse at Saturday’s Honolulu Night Market for stylish yet comfortable apparel, swimwear, accessories and jewelry from local and mainland designers. We’re talking samples from Lucy Love, Lost and Black Sheep at up to 60 percent off, new arrivals from Indah, Obey, Organik and more, plus $10 to $40 racks. Retail therapy never sounded so sweet.
Gentlemen, swing by the Mojo Barbershop booth at this weekend’s Honolulu Night Market for line ups and mini facials, plus pick up your favorite products like Baxter of California and Grants Golden Pomade. If you’re looking for surf-inspired art, check out Greenroom Hawaii for original artwork and prints made by locally, nationally and internationally accomplished artists – think Heather Brown, Clark Little and Thomas Campbell – plus t-shirts, books, swimwear and accessories.
Celebrating this month’s Night Market theme, “Pop,” Andy’s Balloon Hall is a canopy of lights and inflatables for ‘Harry’s Alley’ in Kaka‘ako. Dimitri Kim, founding member and principal of the independent and collaborative-based design studio XMANIFOLD A.D.R.L. (Applied Design Research Laboratory) in LA, NYC and Honolulu, will create the temporary Balloon Hall installation, which will add an artful architectural element to Saturday’s Honolulu Night Market.
Kim’s most recent work includes authoring for the studio’s first monograph, “S.E.A.L. (Sea, Earth, Aether, and Landscape),” design work for the Taiwan Tower Competition, design work for the Cincinnati Industrial Arts Center Competition and curatorial work for upcoming young architects exhibition, “Revenant: the Undeath of Ideas in Architecture” in Kaka‘ako, Hawaii.
Stop by from 6 pm onwards to get your pop fill from pop-up shops, pop art, pop dancing, and pop performances, only at the Honolulu Night Market.