07.05.08 by Jeff

SheOne / Interview

I had the privilege of meeting James a.k.a. SheOne at a live painting event, that Addict Clothing put on, here in downtown Vancouver. We met up again and I had the chance to interview him while he painted some canvases for Anthony’s shop, Subdivision. I planned to have the video edited and on the net shortly after that, but I ended up getting swamped with a few other projects and since this was a personal one, it kinda got pushed to the backburner.

It has taken me awhile, but I am happy to finally get the opportunity to share this little video with you all. James is an amazingly talented artist and a down to earth human being, I am honored to call him a friend. This video is kinda like looking at an elephant through a keyhole; it’s but a small peek at the innerworkings of the artist known as SheOne. Enjoy.













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • I love SheOnes Work.

    Check his Collabs with Addict at:

    http://www.FUSShop.co.uk/addict.html

  • I’ve never heard of him before but I love his methodology.

    I found this on the Wooster Collective (credited) and then again on Slam X hype (uncredited).

    Loving the stuff on your blog.

  • its great to see sheone painting. his style is sick and its great the way he has put it into clothing too. phat

  • jeffhamada

    i have definitely been inspired by his work so it was exciting to put together something that would hopefully expose it to even more people.

    thanks misfit, i’ll try to keep it interesting for you haha. the video has been posted on about 5 or 6 other sites as well so im just glad people are getting to see it. if people make it back here that’s just bonus.

  • i love you were able to capture james’ transformation into a floating head at the 2:29 mark.

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  • haha i didn’t catch your joke about his head floating before





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