18.02.09 by Jeff

Alex Gross

Paintings by Alex Gross.

alex gross art painting illustration

alex gross art painting illustration

alex gross art painting illustration

alex gross art painting illustration

alex gross art painting illustration

alex gross art painting illustration













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



  • Tom

    These are awesome, and more than a little bit creepy

  • alex gross makes my heart melt

  • Hot damn!

  • brian

    Hi Alex.

    These are really stunning! I want to get in contact with you… can you mail me back?

    Thanks,
    b

  • Alex GRoss

    Not this Alex Gross but kinda cool to see someone with the same name have some very good but really odd art work out there

  • hey professor lol…
    i didnt really appreciate the criticism until now…but thanks! Ur class was helpful and combined with eric’s class i feel im ready to start freelance…Would you mind takin a look at my work now that its a bit more cohesive? I’d love some more feedback 🙂

  • poiter

    interesting use of light n dark with the fourth one the first one looks a lil illuminati with the egyptian and animal stuff same with the second one, the best thing is the random ice crean in first two lmao

  • Asdfg9968

    This is kind of tripe…BUT AWSOME





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