Unexpected discoveries of hidden gems. Photography on the side in Honolulu's mixed industrial area.
Hawaii’s largest city is perhaps best known for the long white-sand beach at Waikiki and honeymooners. Dwarfed by American metropolises such as New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco, Honolulu’s creative scene is thriving with designers, artists, aspiring filmmakers, and gallerists. Art enthusiasts should be sure to take a stroll in the areas around Coole Street, Ward Avenue, Kawaiahoo Street, and Pohukaina Street—the perfect trade off for the urban sprawl and commerce. With creative street art and graffiti, it's a completely different side of the city.