25.12.08 by Jeff

Stella Im Hultberg

Korean-born, Brooklyn-based, Stella Im Hultberg. I like the collabo with Audrey Kawasaki (bottom left).

stella im hultberg painter painting illustration

stella im hultberg painter painting illustration













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



  • van

    Hell yeah, I’m with you on that Audrey and Stella Im Hultberg collaboration. I’ve always wanted to see Audrey, Stella and Amy Sol’s work in person.

  • Oh, that’s incredibly beautiful! My pick would be 4th one.

  • I love the style!!
    love how the hair is painted !!

  • I love the first and second pieces in the second set.

    They’re all very beautiful though.

    Fantastic post.

    : )

  • YERV

    great illustrations!
    the paper type is perfect for this piece.

  • Cassie

    Stella is my favorite artist!

    • Then you are as lovely as you look Cassie :) she is VERY good, only just came across her work through this blog!!! . do you like/know Dave Mckean? (not the same style) I run a fan site of his work ( w w w.davemckean-collector.co.uk ) have a look. kx

      • Cassie

        Aw, thank you. :) That’s so sweet of you to say! Dave Mckean’s work is very interesting. Definitely one-of-a-kind. Your support for him is so great! It’s not something you see a lot. Keep it up!

  • amazing !!! i totally love it !!!

  • so

    their works are so similar.. haha :) awesome

    • so

      hey, even their websites are similar. i wonder if they planned it.

  • That’s nice !

  • sukie王

    Her eyes kills me

  • Can’t believe i’m only just hearing about Stella!!!! I have a lot of catching up :)

  • Such beautiful work -thanks for sharing!

  • audrey

    the collab is super awkward. no photoshop juxtoposition?





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