Opening its doors in April of 2010, Greenroom Hawaii has quickly established itself as the island of Oahu’s preeminent surf art gallery. Located right across Kalakaua Avenue from the Moana Surfrider, this boutique Waikiki art gallery feels right at home in the birthplace of modern surfing.
Originally established in Japan back in 2005, Greenroom is perhaps best known for hosting Asia’s largest surf culture festival. The annual Greenroom Festival features musicians, artists, filmmakers, and surfboard builders, and attracts upwards of forty thousand visitors.
Greenroom has made a name for itself in Hawaii by hosting intimate monthly events showcasing original artwork from a variety of talented artists. The meticulously curated gallery has featured the art of Heather Brown, Andy Davis, Tyler Warren and Thomas Campbell, to name just a few. This month’s event featured the whimsical artwork of Yusuke Hanai and Koji Toyoda, which included two collaborative pieces the artists worked on together.
While it is easy to get lost in the hustle and bustle of Waikiki, Greenroom Hawaii is a serene spot to get lost in artwork that pays homage to Hawaiian surf culture. And even if you’re not in the market for original artwork or a beautiful print, Greenroom Hawaii sells some of the coolest t-shirts on the island.
2350 Kalakaua Avenue #A6, Honolulu
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