ALIEN MEETS FLOWER


ALIEN MEETS FLOWER


BRYCE YASUHIKO-BAKER


Bryce Yasuhiko-Baker, has always been an artist. Born in the Mission District of San Francisco and raised on Kauai, Bryce’s life and style are unique. Heavily influenced by his Japanese heritage and Hawaiian upbringing Bryce’s art is clean, strong and colorful. Bryce started drawing before he could remember but really took his passion to the next level when he was 13. His parents separated and his dad went out of town for a few months so Bryce went to the local hardware store and bought buckets of black paint. Bryce went home and painted giant monsters all over his room. Eventually his friends saw his work and everyone wanted a piece of Bryce’s art. The creative monster was born.

 

For Bryce art allows him to “find the light inside of the dark” where most of his inspiration comes from. Despite many hardships and losses Bryce lives a life full of positivity and creativity. He shapes his own surfboards, makes gyoza from scratch and paints giant monsters on walls all while running his own businesses. Bryce is an original. He lives life on his terms and we couldn’t be happier to have him as part of our Ohanalei ohana.

 

Bryce’s latest series “Alien meets flower” is currently on display at the Ohanalei gallery in Hanalei. The collection includes original art, tees and footwear. In our chaotic world full of technology and distractions “Alien meets flower” is a reminder for us all to stop and smell the roses…