Street Corner SketchingPosted: August 25, 2019 Filed under: USkO | Tags: Honolulu Leave a comment
So many places are waiting to be sketched, and it is not just the scenic vistas or ukulele festivals that need our attention. Even seemingly ordinary street corners are full of sketch-worthy details and character. The corner of South Kukui Street and Pali Highway slowly showed itself when we discovered a school mural, an extremely popular sherbet shop (thank you for the sample, Miles!), two White Terns, and an old barber’s pole – not all of which made it into our sketches. Show-and-tell revealed even more views and scenes from the neighborhood.
As always, don’t forget to check out our sketches on Flickr and upload your own!
Next month, USkO is celebrating its 5th anniversary – make sure to mark the morning of September 21st on your calendars now!
Also, stay tuned for a fun t-shirt that we are creating to mark the occasion!