Kaimukī is quaint little area situated in east Honolulu with its heart on Waialae Avenue. Lots of history and diverse architecture make this a fun place to explore. This town is a favorite of neighborhood residents and visitors looking to get out of the hustle of Waikiki for a bit.
Nick's Commentary: "I originally designed this print in collaboration with the Historic Hawaii Foundation. It was fascinating looking through 100 year old photos and learning about the the town's buildings, signage over the years and place in Honolulu history. I wanted to capture the diverse architecture like the Spanish style fire station, mid century modern look of the Superette and Art Deco feel of the Queen Theatre. Iconic views of Palolo and the Ko‘olau Mountains round out this nostalgic look at the "Top of the Hill Town'."
ABOUT THE PRINT
Print is sized at 12"x18" and are beautifully full-color press printed on heavyweight
smooth stock. Print is custom designed by artist Nick Kuchar and ships in a protected mailing tube via USPS first class mail.