30.03.09 by Jeff

Brooke Inman

Everything Color Circle by Brooke Inman. Richmond, Virginia. I’d like to think all of her drawings were created inside of this circle.

brooke inman artist drawing everything color circle

brooke inman artist drawing everything color circle

brooke inman artist drawing everything color circle

brooke inman artist drawing everything color circle

brooke inman artist drawing everything color circle

brooke inman artist drawing everything color circle

brooke inman artist drawing everything color circle

brooke inman artist drawing everything color circle













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



  • http://artsponge.wordpress.com/ Patrick

    thats amazing, she must have a great deal of patience :)

  • http://www.flickr.com/estellef Estelle Flores

    i would love to draw inside this circle, my “work station” is always so messy!!!

  • http://melissavogleywoods.com melissa

    There is something about this image, I really like it. Had to look at it twice, not sure what is is, but love it.

  • so c.

    OMG
    that’s beautiful. i wonder how much all that stuff costed.

  • http://melissavogleywoods.com melissa

    I bet if I cleaned my house I would have that much too!

  • Roxana

    you got everything to color up your life. awesome.

  • http://www.flickr.com/estellef Estelle Flores

    I don’t know if I have that much of material too..! Hahahaha…

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  • http://www.alive77.cn/ z.Yleo77

    very interesting

  • 淡白水之味

    要有一颗孩子般的心!

  • Jaimie

    there’s lots of great work going on in richmond. you should check out the work of valerie molnar, she knits paintings and they’re really great:
    http://valeriemolnar.com/home.html





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