Hawaiin-born painter and street artist Sean Yoro (a.k.a. Hula) Great Art

Beautiful women emerge from the deep in captivating pictures painted by street artist

A Hawaii-born painter has brought art to the streets with this captivating series of women painted on ruined buildings

Like mythical mermaids these otherworldly beauties seem to come from the water into the real world.

But these captivating images are not myth - they're paintings.

These stunning optical illusions are the work of Hawaii-born painter and street artist Sean Yoro, also known as Hula.

Sleeping Beauty: The artist even manages to balance his paint cans on his paddle board as well

Hula has created the images as part of a stunning series of street art murals depicting women emerging from the water along the concrete walls of ruined and abandoned structures.

The NY-based artist paints women slumbering, peeking and emerging from the water, using his own set of skills to put them there.

He paddles on a surfboard to reach the best locations for his art, even managing to balance his paint cans as well.

Taking Dip: The realistic painting in Hula's street art has made him a success
Before unveiling his stunning street art murals on his Instagram, he had already made a name for himself with his beautiful portraits of women painted on canvas and even on old surfboards.

There are more of his amazing creations on hulaaa.com and instagram.com/the_hula