Hawaiian Airlines is getting creative with its ground service equipment -- but only temporarily.
According to a release, the airline worked with local artists to create an "Island Camo" theme for vehicles at Honolulu International Airport. "They added reflective orange accents, hand-painted murals and lettering to create a look representative of modern Hawaii’s rich design culture," Hawaiian's release says. "The new look sends a message about the visibility and safety of our operations, while bringing some edgy Hawaii design to our employees and guests at the airport."
You don't have much time to check this out, though. Hawaiian says the vehicles will revert back to their old paint jobs on Oct. 10.