Stanley Stubenberg was born in Hawaii in 1925 and was a highly regarded commercial artist who created illustrations for menu covers that are still wonderfully fresh and funny today. We are thrilled to have found this set of illustrations for the Hawaiian Village Pupu Bar, from Waikiki in the 1950s. In tones of acid green and bright pink, they are a play on the warnings about the "Zombie Cocktail", slightly sinister but humorous too...
The Hawaiian Village played host to Elvis Presley in March, 1961, when he came to Honolulu to perform a benefit concert for the USS Arizona Memorial.
Ask us about separate prints for separate framing as a set of six.
Courtesy Private Collection.
Each print is accompanied by a copy of the interior menu where available.
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