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Sean Yoro Creates Stunning Street Art From His Surfboard

 - May 23, 2015
References: hulaaa & fubiz.net
At first glance, people might mistake these hyperrealistic paintings for actual women swimming in a New York canal. Of course, that would be unhygienic and most likely unsafe. It's a relief to know, then that they are actually the creation of street artist Sean Yoro. Perched on his surfboard, Sean Yoro (who also goes by the name of Hula) creates these frescos with acrylic paint.

So detailed and vibrant, Sean Yoro makes sure his paintings reflect in the water for added effect. It's interesting to see how these works of art interact with their environment. This may be the next movement of graffiti in general. Yet since Sean Yoro hails from Oahu, Hawaii, he could very well be simply bringing a piece of home to the concrete jungle of the Big Apple.