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With Love and Aloha...

Mahalo to Lillie Brown, Mom Judy and the entire Brimer/Brown Ohana, and to everyone who shared their love and friendship with our beloved, Kenny Brimer.

Photos below from July 23, 2011, 1 Year Memorial Gathering, Oahu, Hawaii.  

Mahalo to everyone for their support for Kenny and their generous donations.  The list of names (initials) and cities of donators is listed HERE

The online auction to help raise funds for Kenny's Celebration Of Life Memorial, held on October 23, 2010 in Ewa Beach, Hawaii can be viewed HERE.  Thanks to Geoff McFetridge, Tommy Guerrero, Mark Gonzales, Neil Blender, Rob Hechtman, Kyle Field, Jason Menor, and more for their contribution of artwork and for their care.  

[o] below by Mako Ozaki, courtesy of Larry Warnken

For more amazing photos of Kenny by Mako, click on image below. 

Layout below, courtesy of Larry Warnken and Jef Hartsel

Kenny Brimer and HR of Bad Brains, Honolulu, Hawaii

ROIR Records Family, Brooklyn, New York L-R: Dennis, Patricia, Lucas, and Anna.

Darryl Jenifer - Bass

Dr. Know - Guitar

Earl Hudson - Drums

HR - Throat






Steve Van Doren

Christian Hosoi (artwork by Kenny)

Steve Caballero and Steve Van Doren

Ryan Kingman (artwork by Kenny)



The items below will each have it's own corresponding eBay URL, starting on August 21, 2010, a few minutes after midnight, closing on August 31, 2010. 

Mahalo to:

Tommy Guerrero, Mark Gonzales, Neil Blender, Geoff McFetridge, Rob Hechtman, Todd Francis, Kyle Field and Arkitip (Evan Hecox, Ed Templeton, Ryan Mcginness, Tony Arcababscio, and Jason Menor

All funds raised through this auction will go towards the Kenny Brimer Celebration Of Life Memorial, held on October 23, 2010, in Ewa Beach, Hawaii, by his loving family and fiance, Lillie Brown.  

Courtesy of Tommy Guerrero, The Solitary Arts and Arkitip

Courtesy of Mark Gonzales and Krooked Skateboards: signed original painting 24" x 19"

Courtesy of Neil Blender:

Squirrel; wood block print on paper; signed AP print 12" x 9"

Speed Racer 3; signed 4 of 8 hand-screened canvas approximately 14.25 x 11"

Flower Family; signed original painting on paper 11' x 8.375"

Courtesy of Geoff McFetridge: From the original 5 year, worldwide tour, Beautiful Losers.  

5 of the 6 are signed and dated 2005. 

"Be Careful" is signed and dated 1998

Each 40.5" x 28.5" (with dowel and feet attachment, height totals 46.75" 

Courtesy of Rob Hechtman: Personal and generous donation of Rob's custom Grosh guitar.

Shipped From Hawaii

Courtesy of Todd Francis: Original signed and dated 2010

India ink and water-color on arch watercolor paper; approximately 23.75" x 9.5"

Courtesy of Kyle Field: 

3 handmade Little Wings band posters on paper

Michael and Marlene, wedding 7" and Picture sleeve vinyl record

Two zines, one featuring Kyle Field by Semaine and an 11 page mini accordion comic

The following pieces by Evan Hecox, Ed Templeton, Ryan Mcginness and Tony Arcabascio are generously donated and curated by Arkitip.  

Evan Hecox: Mire Dentro

5 color silk screen print on Neenah Environment paper

FSC certified fibers, chlorine free

(20% FSC, 80% post consumer fiber)

Signed and numbered by the artist; 2008

16 x 20 In. (40.64 x 50.8 cm) | Edition Of 200

Evan Hecox: LA Blacksun

3 color silk screen print on Neenah Environment paper

Silk screen print on acid free uncoated paper

Signed and numbered by the artist; 2007

16 x 20 In. (40.64 x 50.8 cm) | Edition Of 100 

Ed Templeton: Ahh, The Atmosphere

Silk screen print on acid free uncoated paper

Silk screen artist proof; signed

16 x 20 In. (40.64 x 50.8 cm) 

Ryan Mcginness: 

25" x 38" (63.5 x 96.52 cm)

Silkscreened uncut press sheets of four color fluorescent offset printing

Hand silkscreened by Ryan Mcginness

Tony Arcabascio: Now You Know

5.25" x 7" (13.34 x 17.78 cm)

64 pages plus cover

Offset printed, notch bound

Packaged in its own slipcover 

Signed by author

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All [o] by: Yong-Ki Chang

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Courtesy of Jason Menor

Acrylic paint on reclaimed material, including skateboard decks, scrap wood, masonite, construction strapping and ties...

The piece one of a series of three hula girls based on native fruit/food sources.  The others being mango and taro.  All of which are painted on reclaimed wood and metal. - Jason Menor