01.10.08 by Jeff

Kevin Francis Gray

Fantastic bronze work by Kevin Francis Gray.

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kevin francis gray sculpture artist art booooom blog

kevin francis gray sculpture artist art booooom blog

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



  • whoa thats really crazy.. i like how you compared it to cobra commander though haha SO awesome. that 2nd sculpture is wicked!

  • I’m plugging this at Scene 360 Illusion soon. I hope you don’t mind, and I will credit your site of course.

    If you want to republish some of the illusion type art at http://illusion.Scene360.com, feel free. I like your finds.

  • thats very creepy..

  • WOW! These are great. They remind me of star wars on acid!

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  • WOW!

  • andyenoch

    the way he sculpts drapery, it reminds me of michelangelo and his work are new-age “pietas”

  • love his work they have a sort of presence. Reminds me of the artist who used to wrap items in felt Beuys,Joseph(1921-86) Conceptualism, Post modernism.

  • I love the top piece – but when I saw the one with his model wearing sneakers it lost some mystery

  • Hello
    great works

  • Joe

    That’s cool…pretty disturbing at first glance, but awesome!

  • TOASTRANDER

    I’m pretty sure that the new movie “Snow White and the Huntsman” stole his work…. or maybe payed him. http://cdn.abclocal.go.com/images/otrc/2010/photos/111112_otrc_snow_white_huntsman_mirror_person.jpg

    • Sara

      Yes! I immediately noticed that too! It looks very cool in the movie but I hope Gray gets credited.

    • M.L.

      when i saw the trailer i instantly knew that i’ve seen it somewhere, and now i remembered. i do hope they payed him good money :)

  • Incredible. Ya I agree with the snow white thing mentioned above. I think this is what the board of trustees look like when I apply for grants and get denied.

  • YANIE NOIL

    I LOVE your art work im workin on my art stuff





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