In collaboration with Hawaii-based artist, Aaron "Woes" Martin, we are releasing his signature style panda on
adult tees, crew neck sweaters and kids tees! Signature Cukui logo on left sleeve; Aaron Martin's tag on right
Cukui x Aaron Woes in Kids! Sizes 2T - 7T.
We pride ourselves in making handmade designs at Cukui. Whether it be a paintbrush, a pencil, a sharpie or
tattoo tapping tools, we always try to keep it fresh. Handmade C in brown Tshirt and athletic gray Crewneck
Sweater. Features include the handmade C front left chest and back print.
Sizes available in S - 3XL
Ulu Skull in Black and Red Tshirt. Features include Cukui Tag in gel print behind the skull, making the script
almost invisible. Solid logo print on the bottom of the Tshirt. Sizes available in Small - 3XL.
Keep your ride looking fresh in this license plate holder! Available in Chrome, Black, Teal and White.
CA license plates only.
Special Delivery! Fitted Hawaii H’ Pride in salmon tinted wool.Features a red contrast on logo, eyelets and inside sweatband. Fitted Hat Sizes available 7 1/8 - 7 3/4
Orly (Cukui) x Goorin Bros Fitted Hat. This hat is part of Goorin Brothers' 1333 Minna Collection and features original artwork embroidered on the front panel and contrasting accent detailing. Satin lining features custom artwork and 1333 Minna collaborative artist signatures. The fabric is a combination of polyester and rayon, with a polyester lining and soft cotton twill sweatband.
During his recent visit to Bangkok, Thailand, Los Angeles-based prolific artist Mister Cartoon sat down with photographer Dylan Maddux for an interview. It was last year when Cartoon made a visit to Thailand for a
seven-day tattoo trip, hosted by his good friend Tatt who he met back in LA. Fascinated with the culture and
way of living in the City of Smiles, the legendary tattoo artist shares his insights about Thai boxing, walking
around the grandeur temples, the colorful Tuk Tuks and of course, tattoos.. Shout out to our good friend
Frame of Mind. March 3, 2012
Meet Jennilee Gomez, full-time b-girl hustler and aspiring nurse. Besides dancing in alley ways and circles,
she puts her passion for dancing and shares that through teaching.
Follow her on jennilly.tumblr.com.
Video credits: John Coyne
The Double life. March 2, 2012
Pulling a rabbit under the hat! Here at Cukui another thing that we do is specialize in Polynesian Tattoos (of
course other things too) , if your unfamilar with the brand this is where we started doing and will continue to
grow with. See you on the other side..TEN YEARS STRONG!
Cukui du Soleil February 28, 2012
Cirque du Soleil's "Totem" just came to town and has pitched up their signature stripped blue and yellow tents
less than a mile away from Cukui! Strolling into our store in his cool top hat, we got to meet Cirque's very own
hoop dancer, Nakota LaRance. Originally from Mexico, he was discovered via YouTube and now has one of the
dopest jobs in the world for one of the dopest circus' in the world. Totem begins on Friday, March 2nd right
off of the Taylor Street exit of highway 87. Don't forget to stop by our store on your way!
Cukui Presents: Angry Woebot - The root of my smiles. February 23, 2012
Save The Date for Angry Woebot! His focal medium is acrylic paintings on wood and canvas. Using minimal
colors and detailed character design, these paintings are usually comprised of stressed out emotional
pandas. The pandas tend to represent the story of struggle.
Aaron Martin was born on the island Oahu 1977, Hawaii. Most of his childhood was spent growing up and
moving from Southern California to Nevada before finally landing back into Hawaii during his Junior year in
high school. In 1999 a car accident changed everything; this life-threatening experience inspired him to
leave the island once again, this time to Seattle, Washington. Inspired by the rain and being indoors, he
started playing around with different art mediums again. He then left back to Hawaii with a new perspective,
Aaron had his first show in 2002 and has not stopped. He has showed in galleries up and down California,
the east coast, and even in shows that have traveled from the U.S. to Hong Kong.