20.02.09 by Jeff

Jeff Soto / Time-lapse painting

I’m a big fan of Jeff Soto and was planning to post about his work in the near future and then I saw this great little time-lapse of him painting The Corruption Of Mankind. It’s a 12′ x 5′ piece for his solo show at the Riverside Art Museum. Love it.

via: wooster (who else?)

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



  • a.e.

    Love it!

    Anyone know the details of the audio track?

  • not sure – its cool though i like it

  • Awesome work

  • randyvale

    Had the same question about the audio track.

    I’m trying to do some digging, if I find anything I’ll put it up here.

  • Oh I love Jeff Soto, now if only I could find a way to acquire some of his work

  • wow amazing work

    audio is:
    MF Doom – Poo-Put Platter (from the album ‘MM..Food’

  • there ya go Gibbons comes through!

  • a.e.

    Thanks!

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Subject, Object, Abject (2006) – Chair, wooden shavings from chair legs

 

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Have a look at more images below.

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