I hope everyone had a great leap day!
Here is the latest piece I completed for my monthly “After Thoughts” section in Honolulu Magazine. Mike wrote a story in this month’s issue that tells of his love for the old Quonset huts that are native in Hawaii. After much research I discovered that Quonset huts were used in the late 1800’s/early 1900’s when military was set up in Pearl Harbor. These huts have been slightly modified over the years and have been redesigned for other uses all over the world. As we progress more into the 21st century, these huts have been put on the back burner, and Mike wanted to highlight this cool piece of Hawaiian history.
The two concepts portrayed in the illustrations were the hut in the landscape or of its alternative use outside of city life.
Thanks again, Cody for asking me to do another piece for Honolulu Magazine and sharing a little piece of Hawaiian history in the process.