The museum has reopened, and the HoMA Shop is back with some great new finds for summer. See below for a selection of items celebrating the Honolulu Surf Film Festival 2020, books that add new dimensions the 30 Americans exhibition experience, a stylish, zero-waste solution for transporting food to a (socially distanced) picnic, and more.
Visit the Shop during regular museum hours, or online. Please note that some of the items below are only available in-person at the HoMA Shop—call (808) 532-8703 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Limited edition Honolulu Surf Film Festival 2020 tee (also available online). $29.95
The Honolulu Surf Film Festival 2020 runs through August 2, 2020 with a celebration of the sport’s diverse global community. Commemorate this year’s film lineup with this tee, which features custom artwork by Hawai’i artist Shar Tuiasoa, also known as Punky Aloha.
Assorted fine art prints by Punky Aloha (Pineapple Express pictured above). $60/$30
Hawai’i artist Shar Tuiasoa, aka Punky Aloha, is the illustrator behind the Honolulu Surf Film Festival 2020 artwork. Tuiasoa’s prints have a bold, mid-century modern influence, and often feature gorgeous women effortlessly sliding into waves with tropical flowers in their hair, or lounging in colorful mu’umu’u with oversized shades.
Surfboards Hawaii, by Jeff Canham and Kanoa Zimmerman. $25
Canham and Zimmerman, both surfers from Hawai’i, self-published this book featuring repurposed surfboards in the islands, and the creative people behind them. The book is self-published, with a limited run of 500 copies. Photos shot on film by Kanoa Zimmerman.
Wave Woman: The Life and Struggles of a Surfing Pioneer, by Vicky Heldreich Durand. $29.95
“Wave Woman” is a charming and intimate biography of Betty Pembroke Heldreich Winstedt, a love letter from a daughter to her progressive mother who broke glass ceilings with simple curiosity and desire. Wave Woman speaks clearly to all women–and men–searching for self-confidence, fulfillment and true happiness.
A selection of children’s books to accompany the 30 Americans exhibition:
Parker Looks Up: An Extraordinary Moment, by Parker Curry and Jessica Curry, illustrated by Brittany Jackson. $17.99
A visit to Washington, DC’s National Portrait Gallery forever alters Parker Curry’s young life when she views First Lady Michelle Obama’s portrait. An everyday moment became an extraordinary one…that continues to resonate its power, inspiration, and indelible impact. Because, as Jessica Curry said, “anything is possible regardless of race, class, or gender.” This book is a New York Times bestseller.
Radiant Child: The Story of Young Artist Jean-Michel Basquiat, by Javaka Steptoe. $16.99
Jean-Michel Basquiat and his unique paintings rocketed to fame in the 1980s as a cultural phenomenon unlike anything the art world had ever seen. But before that, he was a little boy who saw art everywhere: in poetry books and museums, in games and in the words that we speak, and in the pulsing energy of New York City. Javaka Steptoe’s vivid text and bold artwork echoing Basquiat’s own introduce young readers to the powerful message that art doesn’t always have to be neat or clean–and definitely not inside the lines–to be beautiful. This book is a winner of the Randolph Caldecott Medal and the Coretta Scott King Illustrator Award.
Another, written and illustrated by Christian Robinson. $17.99
In his eagerly anticipated debut as author-illustrator, Caldecott and Coretta Scott King honoree Christian Robinson brings young readers on a playful, imaginative journey into another world. An NPR Favorite Book of 2019, a New York Times Best Children’s Book of 2019, and a School Library Journal Best Picture Book of 2019.
World Colors eco-pencils with blendable skin tones. $14.95/$5.95
Developed to celebrate diversity and self-expression in young artists, this set of colored pencils includes a selection of blendable skin tones developed by makeup artists. Pencil wood made from certified sustainable forestry.
And in celebration of summer and the outdoors:
Zero waste Aplat culinary totes (reusable casserole tote pictured above, $55).
Aplat is a San Francisco-based culinary design company that makes products centered around sharing food, wine, and flowers, all made with zero waste throughout the manufacturing and production process. Carry your potluck favorites in a reusable casserole tote, designed to carry large bowls, plates, casseroles, and sheet pans—the patented design keeps everything horizontal and upright while on the go. The HoMA Shop is the first retailer in Honolulu to carry these totes!
POW! WOW! WORLDWIDE! Volume One. $44.95
Since its founding in Hong Kong in 2009, the POW! WOW! mural festival has grown into a global leader of the street art movement. Thousands of internationally renowned contemporary, street, and graffiti artists have contributed over the years, creating large scale works of public art throughout the United States with international events occurring regularly in Japan, Korea, Rotterdam, Israel, Guam and Taiwan. Foil stamped cloth hardcover with dust jacket.
HoMA tote bag. $45
This sturdy Baggu tote comes in a variety of fresh colorways and features the museum’s new logo. Bound to become an everyday favorite!