A few rolls of film photography from our friends Keʻalohi and Tamiko (Tommy) from a holoholo adventure around the island from North Shore to Town.
- Between surfing and modeling, Tommy
creates beautiful ceramic stoneware
Keʻalohi - You can view more of Keʻalohi's @mermaidlove808 photography and styling work on her website www.seayourlight.com
Tommy wearing the Koko Boardshort in Orange.
Volume 03 - A quarterly audio moodboard from your Honolulu ʻOhana.
Salvage Public visited Marika's studio in Mānoa Valley to pour through her personal collection of clothing, much of it vintage aloha pieces, and paired them with pieces from our collection.
Marika launched Tropic Editions and it's namesake publication,
in 2018, with a curatorial emphasis on experimentation, critique, and collaboration. Each year, Tropic Zine connects artists, writers, and creatives across the tropical diaspora through thematic volumes.
Volume 02 - A quarterly audio moodboard from your Honolulu ʻOhana. Listen Now.
Volume 01 - A quarterly audio moodboard from your Honolulu ʻOhana. Listen Now.
Eric Wehner Photography.
WATER Canon A2, 70-200mm lens, SPL waterhousing, Nikonos II, 35mm lens.
Fujica 6x9, 90
Josiah Kekoanui Patterson’s skill for capturing the nuance of everyday life amplifies the sense of beauty, solitude, loss, and joy one experiences on Oʻahu’s westside.
Oʻahu might be the gathering place, but Diamond Head is where the island congregates.
At the 'Alohilani Resort, we spotted a rooftop tennis court that had the right shade of fall.
Felt like the right place to have a bunch of young Hawaiians try on some of our favorite pieces from the AW18 collection.
Tantalus Trip is meant to serve as a semi-satirical nature tour, pointing out ways humans have altered and conditioned how we interact with place.
"Hawaiʻi Aloha," also called "Kuʻu One Hanau," is an adored anthem of native Hawaiians and local residents. Hawaiʻi Aloha Is My Slow Jam.
Josiah Kekoanui Patterson documents his brother and sister on a fun day at Mākaha, showing the more delicate side of surfing, one of acrobatic grace and familial trust.
Daeja Fallas visited us at our Kaimuki studio a few months back with a bunch of fresh flowers and spent the afternoon firing away on her Mamiya 645.
George Helm was a Native Hawaiian musician, activist, and leader of the aloha ‘āina movement of the 1970s.
General Admission , a men's wear brand and multi-brand retailer based in Venice, is hosting a month-long Salvage Public Pop-Up.
An old chant for coaxing surf from flat spells.
The fish markets of old Honolulu.
Only a handful of surfbreaks can be called legendary. Mākaha Beach is one of them.
ʻĀina is the Hawaiian word for land. Its literal translation is
that which feeds.
Island Love by The Peter Moon Band