24.11.08 by Jeff

Heiko Mueller

Wonderfully creepy and just plain strange artwork of Hamburg-based, Heiko Mueller. I love this first drawing the most.

heiko Mueller art painter painting illustration boooooom

heiko Mueller art painter painting illustration boooooom

heiko Mueller art painter painting illustration boooooom

heiko Mueller art painter painting illustration boooooom

heiko Mueller art painter painting illustration boooooom

heiko Mueller art painter painting illustration boooooom

heiko Mueller art painter painting illustration boooooom

heiko Mueller art painter painting illustration boooooom













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



  • Am

    I also like the 1st drawing the most. It’s haunting in a way and thought-provoking – the kind of sketch that makes you stop in your tracks and look a little harder, and rest your knuckles under your chin, pondering its meaning. It has that right mix of disturbing + eccentric and I would hang frame it up and hang it on my wall and stare at it everytime I passed by, wondering if today the dark side or light side of my would prevail. j/k ^ ^

  • haha totally

  • Great artist. The first one is totally awesome

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  • zanez

    last one feels sad. beautiful sad

  • narjes

    1st one is very good. it`s very secrative . i like this sense.

  • victocactus

    wow this is great!





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