24.09.08 by Jeff

Aaron Noble

I posted about Aaron Noble back in April and was happy to read an email from him recently, letting me know he just updated his website. If I could have any artist paint me a giant mural today, it’d be a toss-up between him and Anthony Lister. I could stare at this stuff all day.

aaron noble art comic abstract booooooom

aaron noble art comic abstract booooooom

aaron noble art comic abstract booooooom

aaron noble art comic abstract booooooom

aaron noble art comic abstract booooooom

aaron noble art comic abstract booooooom

http://web.me.com/aaron.noble













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



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  • great post!
    goes to show that fat guys with beards aren’t the only ones who enjoy comic books.
    i totally dug this guy’s stuff the first time i saw it on a beautiful decay t-shirt.
    lots of fun to try and pick out which superhero bits he used.

  • craig

    yeah man, aaron’s stuff is pretty fresh. i actually interned at B/D when we featured his work in the mag.. like, totally mind blowing style.

  • how was it working for Decay?

  • craig

    i really liked it. very small, tight group of people.

  • that’s awesome what do you do now?

  • i love this organic style… just wonderful!!!!

    wonderful find!

    jonathan
    dailydesignspot.com

  • thanks jonathan!

  • AWESOME work. The fan boy in me wants to scream in delight. Keep it up!

  • Really interesting, the way he take comics and transforms it in abstract paintings, AWESOME! :D

  • back again..

    i have a real good friend from halifax nova scotia who does some wonderful work a lot like this.. i did graf with him when we were younger and he cept up with it and is killing shit now.. its crazy how global you can be through graf

    anyho.. take a peek for yourself..

    sectrart.com

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