27.01.09 by Jeff

Ronald Kurniawan

A wild mix of painterly illustrations and type explorations by Ronald Kurniawan. Really unique style – love it.

ronald kurniawan illustrator illustration type painter

ronald kurniawan illustrator illustration type painter

ronald kurniawan illustrator illustration type painter

ronald kurniawan illustrator illustration type painter

ronald kurniawan illustrator illustration type painter













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



  • wow this is amazing work

  • i love the style of the first piece

  • a mix of the colours and the stroke style does it for me

  • Very nice, i will publish this artist too at designschrein.de. Germany need some inspiration ;). As a countermove i will place a backlink to my site. :).
    Sry for my crazy english.

  • Ronald’s brain is taking a vacation somewhere where I’d like to go .. amazing work as always!!!!

  • monika

    me goodness! so psychdelic, so lyrical, so witty. how often do you get those three things in one artist package deal?

    • well put! you should be writing these blurbs for me haha.

      and the answer is almost never (and the word “almost” fontsize .0001)

  • intense work!
    fuckin’ love it.

  • Johan

    The first one is absolutely amazing..

  • OSM work of him. You must know that Indonesia has a lot of great artist like him too :)





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