This First Friday, August 2, 2013, In4mation Chinatown will feature the work of tattooist Lucky Olelo, mixologist and artist Justin Park, and furniture-maker Dae Son. Olelo’s pen-and-ink drawings, watercolor paintings, and custom laser etchings will cover the walls, while Son’s handcrafted, oftentimes reclaimed, wood and metal furniture will fill the floor. Park, preparing for some cocktail competition that he will probably win, could not be reached for comment.

Their communication skills are equally amazing, so if you want to know what they really think about each other, or hear what they have to say about their work, be sure to stop by In4mation Chinatown, 1154 Nuuanu Ave., August 2, 6–10 p.m.

Son-RB Office

Son’s office buildout.


Park’s painting featured in Pow Wow Hawaii 2013.


The work of Olelo.

**Note that Hotel Street will be open this First Friday to bus traffic and will NOT be closed for pedestrians. First Friday revelers should expect sidewalks to be busy and should be extra careful on Hotel Street. Entering the street could be dangerous and is considered jaywalking. Be safe, be patient.

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