10.04.09 by Jeff

Bryan Nash Gill

This beautiful relief print by Bryan Nash Grill for Ashes & Milk popped up on my Twitter this morning (sorry, I wasn’t able to find the tweet again to give proper credit!). It is exactly what you think it is, a giant ink rubbing of a tree stump. I’d love to purchase a print unfortunately I don’t have $4,000.

bryan nash gill tree stump cross section relief print

bryan nash gill tree stump cross section relief print

bryan nash gill tree stump cross section relief print













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







25.04.17 by Jeff

Illustrator Spotlight: Sara Andreasson

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25.04.17 by Staff

“Hazards May Be Present” by Artist Joel Daniel Phillips

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25.04.17 by Staff

Tiny Landscapes Painted in Mint Tins by Artist Heidi Annalise

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25.04.17 by Jeff

Reader Submission: Matthew Dettmer

Paintings by Melbourne-based artist Matthew Dettmer, found via our April Reader Submissions. More images below.

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