Pau hana means "work done" and then it's time to sit around, grab a beer, some pupus, and shoot the breeze. For us at the old Vintage Sign Factory that means reminisce about what we do here: producing awesome vintage art.

What? If it's vintage, how come it's made new?

Good question. This is how: over the years we have collected many great Hawaiian images. When we were still part of a brick and mortar store in Hawaii we sold the nicely framed originals, but kept a high quality scan of every image. These scans have been color corrected to reflect the original color at the time of publishing, and at times edited to get rid of dirt, dust, tears, smudges, creases, etc. We can do that because of our experience with art restoration for a famous Dutch museum. The result is fresh looking vintage Hawaiian images, freshly minted on state-of-the-art printing equipment.

We used to sell our prints and posters via Macy's and other large retail stores in Hawaii, but floor space is at a premium and we can't compete with Calvin Klein or Casio G-Shock watches, so we took our business online and never looked back (distributing to multiple stores across several islands is labor-intensive and expensive).

So, check out our prints and posters for yourself. They'll look great on any wall, at home or at work, and bring a bit of old-timey atmosphere from the islands to you and yours.