17.06.09 by Jeff

Kenn Goodall

Drawings by Kenn Goodall. London.

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kenn goodall drawing sketch book

kenn goodall drawing sketch book

kenn goodall drawing sketch book

kenn goodall drawing sketch book

kenn goodall drawing sketch book

kenn goodall drawing sketch book

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



  • http://www.flickr.com/people/digitalclarity8/ Kenneth Roy Moore

    sigmar polke comes to mind, very nice.

  • Jennifer

    I love his owls!

  • so c.

    second image is a portrait of animal collective! <3

  • so c.

    actually now im not sure because there should be four members. haha

  • Larmoire

    god, i love the style.

  • lapetitefaon

    the spray paint one is amazing, I keep staring at it, is it a face is it a…? its something and I love it!

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

      im not sure its anything i just really liked that image for some reason so i stuck it in

  • http://www.bykenn.com Kenn

    Thanks for the comments, you guys & Booooooom are the best. That is Animal Collective, as far as I’m aware the new record was done as a 3 piece.

  • Al Larue

    Looks like typical art school stuff, but keep at it dude.

    • lapetitefaon

      really??? pictures 4, 5, 6 kind of amazing.

    • http://wmwmwmwmwm.blogspot.com WesMoney

      I don’t get the academic vibe from these at all. I think this dude’s work is definitely past the “typical art school stuff”. I do notice most of these are taken from what looks like sketchbooks, and could possibly be worked with a little further. Brilliant work none the less. Very refreshing!





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Google Cultural Institute’s New Art Camera

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