20.01.09 by Jeff

Marcus Jansen

My eyeballs nearly fell right outta my head when I saw these oil painting/collages by Marcus Jansen. They remind me a bit of Ian Francis’ work.

marcus jansen painting painter oil collage

marcus jansen painting painter oil collage

marcus jansen painting painter oil collage

marcus jansen painting painter oil collage

marcus jansen painting painter oil collage

marcus jansen painting painter oil collage

marcus jansen painting painter oil collage

marcus jansen painting painter oil collage

marcus jansen painting painter oil collage

marcus jansen painting painter oil collage













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



  • amazing work

  • I think these drawing are flipping amazing!:) I wish i was a artist like Marcus Jansen!:)

  • He is by far my favorite painter ever and now somewhat of a friend of mine. His work just spoke to me instantly. I first saw his work on a small tab from Artist A Day in the google bar. I made a couple moves and finally got in contact with him, and he has a bunch of video’s that spot light his work. He is a well established artist.





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