Feb 23, 2021
Eco Artists Make Mother Nature Their Canvas
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NEW YORK -- Kapu Collective is the brainchild of two brothers: Street artist Sean "Hula" Yoro and photographer Gabe "Kapu" Yoro. Together, they make breathtaking eco-murals that not only bring awareness to environmental issues, but are eco-friendly too. Whether it's a mural that will help a coral reef grow, or a mural that changes perspective when the tide rises to bring awareness to climate change, they are trying to make a difference through their art.
"We always start with kind of an inspiration, some back end message that we really want to translate into a full artwork or a piece or mural," says Sean, whose paintings adorn cliffsides and underwater grottos alike. Both from Oahu, Hawaii, the two brothers use mother nature's natural canvas to bring their extraordinary projects to life. Watch to see just some of their amazing installations!
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Denver Weather: Spring Style Storm Set To Bring Slushy Snow On Thursday
DENVER (CBS4) – March averages more snow than any other month in Denver and the first storm of the month could bring 1-2 inches of slushy accumulation on Thursday. Much higher snow totals are expected in the mountains.
A fast moving storm that was off the coast of Southern California Tuesday morning will race toward Colorado on Wednesday and will spread snow over the mountains by Thursday morning. As moisture reaches Denver and the Front Range Thursday afternoon, temperatures will be too warm to support snow. So initially rain is expected through sunset followed by a rain/snow mix and then a change to all snow before the moisture ends between 9 p.m. and midnight.
Because the period of snow will be so brief in the the metro area, no more than 1-2 inches of slushy accumulation is expected at this time. The mountains will do much better with 2-6 inches most ski areas in the state. Higher amounts are possible in the San Juan, Elk, and West Elk Mountains with ski areas like Aspen, Telluride, and Wolf Creek likely getting more than 6 inches.
As the storm quickly moves away Friday morning, the snow will end in the mountains and skies will clear statewide. Temperatures will quickly rebound with highs in the metro area reaching the mid 50s on Friday and lower to middle 60s for the first weekend in March.