11.12.08 by Jeff

Matei Apostolescu

Interesting graphic work from Matei Apostolescu. Some of the other images I included below have many similarities to the Kandinsky work I posted recently.

matei apostolescu

matei apostolescu

matei apostolescu

matei apostolescu

matei apostolescu

matei apostolescu

This last image is a crop (I raaarely crop anything) but you don’t understand how big this image is. This is scaled down 30% and it’s probably a fifth of the overall image.













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



  • Gregory Gerken

    This guy is sick. I’ve been following his work for a while now and I love every piece he does. Glad to see he’s getting recognized.

  • Kyle

    these are intense… like a wheres waldo on acid!!! Love it!

  • cris

    I’m so proud of this guy!

    go Romania!





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