15.06.09 by Jeff

Fernando Vicente

Illustrations by Fernando Vicente.

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



  • Larmoire

    now that’s creepy! but still cool.

  • Jennifer

    wow! It’s cool in a creepy way.

  • sr

    wow! awesome!

  • These are amazing!

  • This has to be so challenging to do, especially from the point of view of the internal organs. if that makes sense.

  • Maciel

    Macabre!

  • Looks like a cover of a Chuck Palahniuk novel.

  • Renee

    THESE ARE AMMMAZING!! I WANT ONE THEM TATTOOED ON MY BODY! THAT’S HOW MUCH I LOVE EM’

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  • Clever, thoughtful AND beautiful. I especially love the contrast of cold turquoise vs cozy pink. mmmmm.

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  • ehrenk

    Fantastic. Taking us from the superficial to the eternal all in one swoop.

  • 1993Lee

    It is amazing!!and I find something to describe.It made me afraid.But I was like, unbelievable.

  • 1993Lee

    我还是用中文写吧,这非常的标新立异,吸引人的目光。

  • baller. really great art

  • wood

    makes you reexamine your perception of ‘beauty’.

  • what the?!?! WOW! Really loving this!

  • These are GREAT!

  • Another way to see the beauty! niceeee … respect!

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  • Cool! It’s very strange paintings!!!! I like it!!!





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