02.12.08 by Jeff

Markus Hofko / The Rainbow Monkey

Super fresh work from Auckland New Zealand’s Markus Hofko (aka The Rainbow Monkey). When Markus sent me the link I assumed I was looking at a bunch of work created by a collective of people – like an agency – but this is all Hofko. Amazing.

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booooooom the rainbow monkey pie mag blog

booooooom the rainbow monkey pie mag blog

booooooom the rainbow monkey pie mag blog

booooooom the rainbow monkey pie mag blog

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



  • Jolin

    cool stuff – i really like that input output work.

  • Pingback: Markus Hofko | IGNANT()

  • http://caigriffithmiscellany.blogspot.org cai griffith

    wow reeli nice work, love the photos at the top.

  • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

    Yea the adidas/diesel stuff is awesome

  • Artur

    amazing, cool stuff as always

  • http://sorryzorrito.com Manuel

    Great work!! I love the philosophers. But you need to see it in detail!

  • http://www.miniclip.com Need explaom

    Wath is the first idea of this artist ? Need réponse !

  • JAZ

    GOD BLESS THE GUYS BEHIND THIS DAIN THESE ARE GOOD IMAGES

  • ailyn

    like this

  • so

    hooooo wow mindfxck!

  • timgordon

    he’s also part of the future city award.. http://tinyurl.com/dxsfum4





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