Yes. You wont’e believe but he is kind of a surfing man. How about the arts? Here comes the most interesting parts. A Hawaiian Surfer Sean Yoro decides to combine his love of surfing and a hidden artistic talent on creating a huge realistic scale of portraits bathing woman at different seaside location where it amazed almost everyone and this realistic art made a huge number of people to feel almost a similarity of their life and a small sense of something (you know what I mean). Beside, Sean Yoro’s works inspired by almost all the street art and it made him to reach urban canvases.
He’s not freely giving his secret on however he creates these spectacular works whereas managing the ever-changing high water and low tides, equalization his paints or however long every bit takes him.
This series of labor includes four feminine portraits, at large-scale and every painted with distinct realism. Their faces square measure painted on the wall, whereas their bodies ‘hide’ underneath the water’s edge — the proper placement for them to seem as if they’re peacefully floating within the surrounding sea. The image reflects onto the surface, creating the faces appear as if they’re trying into a mirror.
If your looking to take a piece of Hula’s work home with you, he also creates beautiful original works on wooden planks and surf boards. Visit his site online store