Join us November 23rd at 5pm for a custom furniture show & pop-up record shop inspired by a mid-century modern sensibility. Featuring local artists and designers; Duncan Dempster, John Reyno, Richard Earl Leong Yu Ralya and LIMB. Record shop courtesy of the Secret Record Store.
November 23rd, 5:00-9:00PM
Friday & Saturday 11:00-5:00PM
We’re thrilled to host the Honolulu Printmakers this Saturday for “Stitch n’ Print” a unique DIY event where you can make your very own tote bag and customize it with a print. Then go shop to your hearts content at the Pinch of Salt for the Holidays event or check out one of the other DIY workshops. Workshops start at 11am. Come early! Supplies may not last.
Free parking will be available at the old Comp USA lot on Ala Moana and Keawe St or at 555 South St.
June 16th, 6:00-11:00PM
JUNE 27th, 6:00-9:00PM
Friday & Saturday 12:00-6:00PM
For those of you who don’t know what we’ve been up to we’ve been quite busy. Over the past two weeks we’ve been building a community “greenspace” in the parking lot next to our shop. Previously the home to a dumpster and one dilapidated shed, as you can see below, we think it’s a significant improvement.
The first phase was for April’s Nightmarket but Phase II is coming soon. It will include more planters, seating and some fun accent pieces. Watch this space for updates or follow us on Instagram or Facebook.
We’re thrilled to share our space with the Analog Sunshine Recorders for the release of their first book Wake Up, We’re Here. The genisis of this project started out as a simple road trip conceived of by John Hook. Vincent Ricafort suggested creating a book to chronicle the “misadventures” of this motley group. The result, a multi-media exhibition by the group featuring photos not found in the book itself, framed original works and original prints as well as a limited edition 110 page hard cover, case bound coffee table book.
Please join us in a visual journey through the lenses of 8 individuals with cameras in a single van for 18 days, crossing 5000 miles of the great American landscape. Take a sneak peak or follow them here on Facebook.
The exhibition will open this Saturday at Honolulu’s Nightmarket in Kakaako with the official book launch following on Friday March 22nd.
March 16th, 6:00-10:30PM
OFFICIAL BOOK LAUNCH
March 22nd, 7:00-10:00PM
ABOUT THE PROJECT
“Wake Up, We’re Here” is a limited edition 110-page hard cover, case-bound book and will be the first photo book created by the collective the Analog Sunshine Recorders (ASR). Everyone is invited to take the visual journey through the lenses of 8 individuals with cameras in a single van for 18 days, crossing 5000 miles of the great American landscape.
Funded through Kickstarter in less than 12 hours, Wake Up We’re Here marks the collective’s move into independent publishing. Sales of the book supports this and future projects.
THE RECORDERS INCLUDE
Isabella Hook – the Kid – disposable camera
John Hook – Professional Funtographer – Nikon D3
Samantha Hook – Jewelry Maker – Fuji Instax
Chad McGuire – Window Cleaner – Nothing Fragile
Kara Akiyama – Painter – Diana+
Chris Rohrer – Analog Enthusiast – Pentax 67
A.J. Feducia – Printmaker – Contax G1
Vincent Ricafort – Fartist – Yashica t4, Nikon FM2, Canon M3
If you’ve seen the book Handcrafted Modern you’ll know why I supported this kickstarter. Leslie Williamson is an amazing photographer dedicated to documenting and sharing the homes of some of the most important mid-century designers and architects. Her second book, Handcrafted Modern Europe, will showcase the homes of people like Alvar Aalto, Finn Juhl and Gae Aulenti among many others. These homes and studios are quickly disappearing and this is one way we can preserve, share and be inspired by them.
This photos doesn’t do the event justice. We were so swamped in our little shop that the first chance I had to go outside was at the end of the night after the band had stopped playing. You can see the throngs of people heading out onto the street. Needless to say it was an amazing event thanks to Pow Wow, a collaborative art event that takes place in Kaka’ako every year and the event coordinators that put on Nightmarket.