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Going for Broke

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Ouroboros Tiki Mug

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Working Stiff

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  • Tiki Mug KAAN TOOK (Open Edition)

    Kaan Took Mugs are currently SOLD OUT 

    Tiki Mug-Kaan Took stands 7.5 inches tall and measures 11 inches around.  In addition, he weighs a whopping 2 lbs. and tops off at 24 ounces.  However, he comfortably holds 22 ounces of whatever nectar you fancy! He’s sculpted with great detail and is available in two glaze options. A golden brown bone (SOLD OUT) with accented red eyes, and a glossy wiped Cobalt Blue!

    The inspiration behind this Kaan Took Tiki Mug is based on the Mayan Kaanul Dynasty. The rulers were the “Snake Kings”.  The Kaanul Dynasty was one of the most powerful and mysterious rules over the Mayan empire to date!  This mug was designed by Jacob Medina and ties back to his Mexican cultural roots.  However, the final product was a collaborative project with Brad “Tiki Shark” Parker.  

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  • (Pre Sale) New Tiki Mug Jaguar Warrior Open Edition

    New Tiki Mug PRE SALE

    New Tiki Mug The Jaguar Warrior  (El SAGRADO SANGRE DEL JAGUAR)

    The Second Meso-American designed Tiki Mug (#2)

    Regular price $80.  Right now:  “Hawaii Lockdown Special” – Only $40!

    ($10 US Shipping).  Mugs expected to ship in August-September.

    COLOR:  Brown with Orange and Black Highlights (Jaguar Style)

    CAPACITY / SIZE  – Extra Large 22 fluid oz 

    7.5″ tall X 3″ wide.

    Continuing their artistic study into Meso-American culture & mythology Artist Jacob Arthur Medina & Brad “Tiki-Shark” Parker bring to you El SAGRADO SANGRE DEL JAGUAR – TIKI MUG.

    The popularity of “KAAN TOOK”…….the story, the drawing, the painting, the art and then the Tiki Mug, has inspired the two local artists to bring you the 2nd in their Tiki / Mayan / Meso – American themed calibration.

    The first – “KAAN TOOK” – a character coming to life from the stories told to Jacob Medina since he was a little Tiki-Fan.

    The second – El SAGRADO SANGRE DEL JAGUAR – a character from the Snake King’s personal guard – The fabled “Jaguar Warrior”.

    ……….the story, creativity, and creations continue….so INDULGE and ENJOY!

    Canada flat fee of $50. Others upon request.

    $40.00

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  • The Child 4×4 Sticker

    AVAILABLE FOR A LIMTED TIME

    4×4 Die Cut Vinyl Sticker

    Waterproof

    Free Shipping on U.S. Orders

    $5.00

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  • The Child at the Tiki Bar

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    The Child at the Tiki Bar is a perfect blend of Star Wars wrapped in Tiki Culture!  The Child is shown here cruising around in his own mobile tiki bar, and although he is technically a baby, he is definitely of age to have a rum concoction in his favorite commemorative Mug-naught vessel.  (cause let’s face it Ugnaught took the old dirt nap a little too soon in my opinion)

    The painting is made with several layers of acrylic on a wood panel and measures 8×8 inches with a depth of 1.5 inches.  The Tiki Child is a true gem and contains an extremely high number of Midi-Chlorians!

    $15.00$125.00

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  • Boneyard

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    The title “Boneyard” is a term used by surfers to describe the impact zone of a wave that breaks over reef in very shallow water.  It is a place where you don’t want to be caught off guard and if you are, you could easily end up a skeleton stuck to the ocean floor.

    Boneyard fuses Mexican Day of the Dead iconography with Hawaiian culture and signifies the similarities these two cultures share through their geographic location and relationship with the ocean.

    This painting was done with acrylic, ink, and enamel on a 15″x24″ birch panel.  The frame is custom built from the endemic Koa tree of Hawaii and is embellished with brass tacks and rope details.  Koa is a very hard wood and in the Hawaiian language it means brave, bold, fearless, or warrior.  With the frame, the total measurements are 30″x36.5″

    $15.00$4,200.00

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  • Get Rich or Die Trying

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    Get Rich or die Trying is a narrative  painting about a pirate searching for long lost treasure.  This painting is about putting it all on the line for wealth.  However sometimes you don’t quite make it.

    This work is painted with acrylic and enamel on stretched canvas and measures 18″ x 24″.  It comes in a custom built frame of reclaimed wood  that resembles the planks of a ship bringing the total size to 29″x31″.

    $15.00$2,000.00

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  • Captain Calamari

    This original submarine art is what you get when you mix Captain Nemo with some Beatle’s lyrics, sealed in a tin can, and then sprinkle in a little Rapa Nui! “Captain Calamari” is a narrative of an octopus driving a van submarine looking for his long lost garden.  Fish dart away as this rusty contraption explores the depths of the Pacific.  One of Captain Calamri’s trusty, crabby shipmates operates the periscope to get a better view of things as they plunge deeper into the abyss. Although the original painting sold you can still pick up a paper or canvas print! 

    $15.00$335.00

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  • Leaky Tiki

    “Leaky Tiki” is a piece of tiki pirate art that depicts a rum running pirate and his trusty parrot.  His hard efforts to distribute his tasty rum have been foiled by the tiniest of foes, that cork pulling crab! The island off in the distance is one of his many stash spots, and his loyal parrot companion holds the map to the rest of his secret rum reservoirs.

    This piece was painted with acrylic and the background was made to look like a treasure map.  The original painting is on an oval cut piece of birch and measures 20″x14″.  It comes in a gilded ornate frame that you would expect to see in the Captain’s Cabin on a swashbuckling Pirate Ship!

    $15.00$335.00

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  • Kabuki Tiki

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    This unique piece of Japanese tiki decor combines cultural elements taken from Japan’s kabuki mask, and meshes them with traditional Polynesian tiki features.  “Kabuki Tiki” is a salute to the integration of Japanese culture with Hawaiian lifestyle.  This unique piece of tiki decor celebrates the profound impact and influence that Japan has had on Hawaii’s food, language, and people.

    “Kabuki Tiki” was made during Waimea’s annual Cherry Blossom Festival.  It was painted with many layers of acrylic paint and then enhanced with enamel line work.  It measures 10″x16″ and is painted on a smooth Birch panel.  Although the original painting has sold there are many print options to choose from.

    $15.00$345.00

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  • Going for Broke

    Going for Broke is a painting made based on my experiences skateboarding.  I chose to represent a skeleton skateboarding because it amplifies the vulnerability of our bodies. When I was fifteen I wrecked my left arm trying to do a noseslide and ended up having surgery where doctors installed screws into my bones to hold my elbow together.  Since skateboarding is one of the earthly pleasures I would be enjoying in the afterlife this piece honors the idea of the Day of the Dead by depicting not just any skeleton skateboarding but my skeleton skateboarding.  After my first broken arm I have continued to skateboard and have broken a total of nine bones. I feel this piece is very personal to who I am and sums up the passion to do what you love.

    $15.00$800.00

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  • Every Dog Has His Best Day Ever

    “Every Dog Has His Best Day Ever” is centered around the Haunted Mansions biggest underdog.  The piece depicts two of the only living characters in the whole ride, which are the Caretaker and his dog Bones.  Being dog lovers, every time my wife and I go on the ride we always talk about how we wish we could throw that poor dog a turkey leg or churro to help fatten him up! So I decided what better time than the Haunted Mansions 50th Anniversary to give this dog his best day ever.  Bones is shown standing on a pile of Disney snacks with a turkey leg in his mouth, Mickey Ears on his head, and a Magic Band around his leg.  His owner looks on astounded and is in disbelief that he has left the Mansion and is out cruising the park!

    The painting is made with acrylic on a mounted Birch panel and measures 12.5″x15″x1.5″ and is ready to hang.

    $15.00$500.00

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  • Ouroboros Tiki Mug

    “Ouroboros Tiki” is a painting of a tiki mug character, who symbolizes the ancient Egyptian ouroboros symbol in a humorous way.  The ouroboros symbol usually depicts a serpent or dragon eating its own tail. It is a symbol of infinity that is represented by something constantly recreating itself.  It also represents the infinite cycle of nature’s endless creation and destruction, life and death.

    This piece was made during the 9th annual Mai Tai Festival at the Royal Kona Resort on the Big Island of Hawaii.  Painted with many layers of acrylic on birch panel, “Ourobors Tiki” comes in a custom frame.  The frame is embellished with hand-carved tiki corners and is stained a rich blue color.  The painting measures 8″x10″ and the frame brings the total size to 14.5″x12″.

    $15.00$335.00

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  • Muerte en Hawaii

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    “Muerte en Hawaii” is original day of the dead art from Hawaii.  Death is shown here on vacation in an aloha shirt playing an ukulele on a sunlit beach.  I like to think that he is playing that song from Ziggy Marley, “Beach in Hawaii”, while the waves keep the rhythm in the background.  It’s a perfect picture of the island lifestyle and shows how the only way to live life is in the moment.

    Although the original painting has SOLD there are still many print options available.

    $15.00$335.00

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  • El Sonido de una Sirena Enamorada

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    “El Sonido de una Sirena Enamorada” is an underwater love story where two sea creatures have found each other after being separated for ages by vast oceans.  Both have traveled the seven seas in search of the other guided only by the unique sound that their counterpart makes.

    Once they find each other they embrace in harmony and make the most beautiful music that resonates to the deepest depths of the ocean.

    $15.00$335.00

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  • Hot Rod TiKeys

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    A tiki skeleton races his 1928 Model A hot rod away from his favorite tiki bar as a nearby volcano begins to erupt.  His exhaust shoots flames and the shrunken head on his grill shell gets whiplash as he is accompanied by some Big Daddy Roth style flies into the dense rainforest of Hawaii.

    The original painting was a custom piece made centered around the client’s 1928 Model A hot rod.  It was painted with Acrylic and Enamel on panel and was framed in a 1930 Model A Ford grill shell.  Although the original has sold there are many canvas and paper print options available.

    $15.00$335.00

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  • Ku

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    Kū is one of the four main Hawaiian tiki gods. He is the god of war and is the only god who is worshiped with human sacrifice.

    Kū is painted with acrylic and enamel on a 11.5″x15″ birch panel.  He comes in a custom frame made from endemic Koa wood from the Big Island of Hawaii and is embellished with sculpted tiki tiles and rope details, measuring 19.5″x23″ in total.

    $15.00$3,000.00

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  • Blue Beard Tiki

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    This unique piece of tiki pirate art depicts a potion making sea captain who is searching the jungle for buried treasure.  This tiki style swashbuckler is embellished with pirate style features.  His crown is a pirate ship that rides his eyebrow waves.  His beard is adorned with a helm and his right hand is replaced with a classic pirate hook.

    The painting measures 8″x10″ and comes in a rustic custom wood frame bringing the total size to 12.5″x16″.  The frame has been distressed, staggered, and stained to resemble the planks of a ship.  The frame is the vessel that carries Blue Beard Tiki on his adventures and wants to birth at your port!

    $15.00$335.00

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  • Going Surfing

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    This original piece of surf art depicts a skeleton style tiki racing along on his way to go surfing.  He’s burning rubber and warping his tires cause he heard the surf is firing on the North Shore!  The fish scale pattern in the background is meant to represent the sun and shows how this dedicated surfer is ready for dawn patrol.  

    This painting was made with many layers of acrylic and the foreground character was enhanced with enamel.  This surf art piece measures 12″x16″ and comes in a custom blue stained wood frame bringing the total size to 16″x20.5″.  Although the original painting has SOLD there are still a variety of a paper and canvas prints available.

    $15.00$335.00

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  • Model Tiki Joy Ride

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    This unique Tiki Skeleton painting incorporates Day of the Dead imagery with Hawaiian Tiki culture.  “Model Tiki” is a narrative of a father and son going on a joy ride into the lush jungle of Hawaii in a car they built together. This is a great piece for all tiki and car culture lovers.

    The piece was made with acrylic and enamel on birch panel and measures 16″x20″.

    $15.00$2,500.00

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  • Vino de los Muertos

    Celebrating life after death “Vino de los Muertos” is a painting depicting a couple drinking wine to their everlasting commitment to one another.  It is a celebratory piece combining wine lovers with day of the dead imagery.

    This piece was made with acrylic and enamel on wood panel and the original was placed in a custom frame.  The frame is made of mahogany and embellished with wine corks in the corners.  The wine corks were collected from bottles of wine that the clients had shared together.  Although the original has sold there is currently one paper print option available.

    $15.00$335.00

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  • Working Stiff

    Working Stiff represents the plight of the daily grind. It is a symbol of how skewed our priorities have become and how we sit for hours alive in a tomb. It is a humorous reminder of how much time we spend at work, school, or just living in our virtual world. This piece was commissioned by a friend who works extremely hard and long hours at a visual effects studio in Hollywood. Details in the painting have been personalized to his experiences.
    The original painting was made with acrylic and enamel on birch and measures 18″x 24″and is placed in a custom built Mahogany frame. Although the original has sold there are still print options available.

    $15.00$335.00

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  • Pueo

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    The Pueo is a short-eared owl that is endemic to the Hawaiian Islands. It is considered an ‘aumākua (ancestor spirit) and is endangered on the island of O’ahu.

    It is painted with acrylic and enamel on a 5″x7″ canvas panel in a rustic wood frame.  Although the Original has sold, Giclee prints on canvas and paper prints are still available.

    $15.00$335.00

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  • Hoary Bat

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    The endangered Hoary Bat is the only native land mammal of the Hawaiian Islands.  It is a very elusive bat that roosts in trees among forests and the Hawaiian name is ‘Ope‘ape‘a.

    It is painted with acrylic and enamel on 5″x7″ canvas panel in a rustic wood frame, measuring 10″x12″ in total.

    $15.00$300.00

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  • The Dead Sea

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    The Dead Sea is a social commentary on the health of the ocean and man’s relationship with it.

    It is painted with acrylic and enamel on 8″x10″ canvas board. The frame is custom made from Koa wood which is endemic to the Hawaiian Islands. With the frame, this piece measures 11″x12″ in total.

    $15.00$335.00

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  • Kaan Took

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    This original Mayan Tiki painting references to the powerful and mysterious Kaanul dynasties of the Mayan empire, also known as the Snake Kings.  They took rule around the sixth century of the low lands in Guatemala, where they spread to the largest and most powerful Mayan kingdom known to date.  Kaan Took was modeled after the silhouette of a tiki mug and holds a similar posture to a Hawaiian tiki god.  This piece was a collaborative work of art with artist Brad “Tiki Shark” Parker and although the original painting has sold you can find Kaan Took in a variety of canvas and paper prints as well as my first tiki mug!

    $15.00$335.00

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  • Paddleboarder

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    This original Paddleboarder with Dog painting depicts a skeleton in aloha shorts, and a lauhala hat, cruising a wave with his tiki paddle while his dog rides on the nose of the board.  A perfect blend of Dia de los Muertos meets Hawaii, this duo continues to do what they love in the after life!  The original painting measures 9″x12″ and is painted with acrylic and enamel on a mounted birch panel.  The original art is available at Olani Gallery on Oahu in Ko Olina.

    $15.00$335.00

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  • Big Kahuna

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    The Big Kahuna was a custom piece made as a Father’s Day gift.  The Big Kahuna is depicted holding his two little Menehunes who were actually the collectors twin sons.  He is balancing them like a scale as any good father would.  Although the original painting has sold,  there are many print options available.

    $15.00$335.00

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