05.01.09 by Jeff

Ceslovas Cesnakevicius

Digital manipulations by Ceslovas Cesnakevicius.

ceslovas cesnakevicius artist art illustration painting

ceslovas cesnakevicius artist art illustration painting

ceslovas cesnakevicius artist art illustration painting













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



  • i love this!

  • oh wow, now that’s the way to use photo manipulation. i love his name, too!

  • yes! he is from Lithuania i believe so i like to think it’s his real name

  • Jolin

    love this stuff!! wow.

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  • yes, it is a real name. Šaunūs darbai Česlovai! (Good work Ceslov!)

  • Agnė

    Oho! Nice job! :)

    Sėkmės!

  • Grace

    Me encantó. Son imagenes muy cautivadoras, insólitas. Me sorprendieron y gustaron mucho. Es difícil hacer esto??

    • google translation for everyone else: I loved it. Images are very captivating, unusual. I was surprised and liked them. It is difficult to do this?





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