21.01.09 by Jeff

Beastie Boys Inspired Artwork!

Under The Influence is an all Beastie Boys inspired artshow currently showing at Gallery 1988 (7020 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles) until January 29th! If you don’t live in the area, head over here for a taste of the glory! I especially dig these first two, by Andrew Hem.

beastie boys art painting illustration photo

beastie boys art painting illustration photo

beastie boys art painting illustration photo

beastie boys art painting illustration photo

beastie boys art painting illustration photo

beastie boys art painting illustration photo

beastie boys art painting illustration photo

beastie boys art painting illustration photo

beastie boys art painting illustration photo

beastie boys art painting illustration photo

via: changethethought













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



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  • Very crazy. Congratulations. Saúde e paz! Peace!

  • In 3’s… this shit is bustin

  • This show would’ve been so much fun to attend! A bunch of my artists that I really dig.

  • I knew I should’ve gone to that show, the stuff looks awesome….

  • D.no

    thats wicked I love the one of them in all different characters. So slick! (The fourth one down)

    • haha i was waiting for you to discover these!

  • andrew hem’s work is amazing!





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