Artist’s Gorgeous Mural on Sunken Ship Changes with Tide Levels

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Last spring, we marveled over artist Sean Yoro (aka Hula) and his gorgeous seaside murals that were painted while he was on a paddle board. Now, he’s recently completed another stunning painting using the same unconventional practice.

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Hula found an old sunken ship off the coast of Hawaii and transformed the rusty vessel into an aquatic art gallery with his piece titled Ho’i Mai (translation: Come Back). The larger-than-life artwork features a woman whose head and arm emerge from the water’s edge, reaching towards the sky.

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This hyperrealistic portrait changes depending on the height of the tide. When the water is low, the woman’s body is visible, and it appears as though she’s floating a serene abyss.

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As the water rises, however, her face becomes hidden, and the hand stands as an eerie beacon to those riding the ocean waves.

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Here are a few more of Hula’s most recent seaside murals:

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Folow Hula on Hula: website, Facebook, Instagram

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Via My Modern Met, Colossal, Street Art News

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