Entries by East3

Boss Cutz in Kona Hawaii

Keep it Flowing artist Ken3 painting a dedication mural in Kailua-Kona Hawai’i.   The mural theme is “Ho‘īlina” which means heir, inheritance, legacy or heritage and is a dedication to owner of “Boss Cutz” late brother .  Check out this timelapse video by Reptank.

Sneak Peek: Boys and Girls Lihue Clubhouse Mural

The Boys and Girls Club Clubhouse in Lihue, Kauai is getting a big time make-over and we’re thrilled to be a part of it! It will take us three weeks to complete this project and we’re currently in the middle of week one. So far, we’ve prepared all the walls for what’s to come. This makeover will involve creating two […]

Island Scene Mag: Painting Pictures of Good Health

Mahalo to journalist Craig DeSilva who published a “Health” feature on Ken Nishimura in the HMSA magazine with 300,000+ ciculation titled: “Painting Pictures of Good Health: Artist Ken Nishimura Reaches Hawaii Youth Through His Art” in the Spring 2015 issue. Check it out here: http://www.islandscene.com/Article.aspx?id=6816

Be A Jerk: Underage Alcohol Awareness Mural

                        Trysen Tkay2 Kaneshige and Keep it Flowing is partnering up with Big Brothers and Big Sister (BBBS) in Maui to create an awareness mural at their club house!!!  Be a Jerk is a campaign supported statewide to stop underage drinking.  Visit our “mural” […]

How Did We Celebrate Our One-Year Anniversary?

To celebrate working with the Hawaii Meth Project for one year, we visited the location of the very first mural we created with the Hawaii Meth Project’s message — Not Even Once — here in Hawaii. The Not Even Once Mural Project  promotes a meth-free life and raises awareness about meth at Hawaii schools and youth centers. To commemorate […]

Our Visit to James Campbell High School

Over President’s Day weekend we spent Sunday and Monday spray painting a 14 foot high by 25 foot wide wood-paneled wall on a building at the largest high school in the state. On really high portions of the wall, Lead Muralist, Ken (East 3) Nishimura and Trysen (TKay2) Kaneshige stood on ten foot ladders painting […]

The Main Message: Not Even Once

The main message of the Not Even Once Mural Project is to prevent Hawaii youth from trying methamphetamines. The way our team at Keep It Flowing communicates this sensitive message is visually. We paint a mural, centrally located on a school, or youth center, (exterior or interior) wall with the message: Not Even Once. This is […]