The Hawaii-born painter and street artist, who is based in NYC, uses a paddleboard to access concrete canvases that he finds in abandoned buildings. Once he finds a suitable surface, Yoro balances on his paddleboard while he patiently goes about transforming the blank wall into a stunning piece of interactive art. His new installation – called Lewa – is painted on abandoned shipping docks and depicts a woman gently reclining as if at the edge of a swimming pool. You can find more of his work on Instagram, where the artist has almost 100k followers.
Image Credit By James Gould-Bourn