06.05.09 by Jeff

Mandy Smith

Mandy Smith’s beautifully distorted house. Foam board and paper.

mandy smith paper house distorted craft

mandy smith paper house distorted craft

mandy smith paper house distorted craft

mandy smith paper house distorted craft













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



  • sr

    this is absolutely amazing!

  • A W E S O N E! congratulations Mandy!

  • a.e.

    I can’t believe it’s paper

  • david

    Love this.

  • Mufasa

    That is amazing! I love it. Definitely worth a few branches of a tree.

  • RYAN

    WELL DONE MANDY
    BLOODY BRILLIANT!

  • Emily

    Awesome! so much detail, so much work must have gone into it, and so much thought – getting it to stand freely and to balance…that is amazing. You are brilliant mandy!

  • Ross Taylor

    Absolutely Brilliant.

  • Jade

    I had to do an art project on foam board, and I had to write about someone. I chose to right about you, because your work is really inspirational :)





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