04.12.08 by Jeff

Eno Henze

Fantastic large-scale abstract work from Berlin-based, Eno Henze. The texturing and patterns remind me of cheese cloth.

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



  • Artur

    wow, how do he makes it?

  • WHOA i love these

  • the top image looks like a wonderful space. nice contrast between the architecture and the graphic

  • oh wow! this is amazing!

  • Parker K.

    [ speechless ]

  • stunning and so fluid…

  • Lina

    Actually, it reminds me a lot of what a Polaroid lift looks like. After the Polaroid is immersed in hot water, the emulsion lifts off like a delicate, transparent skin, you can then place it on paper and when its folded an wrinkled it looks like this artist’s work.

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