24.06.09 by Jeff

AJ Fosik

Beautiful work by AJ Fosik.

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aj fosik artwork artist

aj fosik artwork artist

aj fosik artwork artist

aj fosik artwork artist

aj fosik artwork artist

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



  • http://www.photoartbyvilma.com Vilma Rohena

    Very cool! EYE like the bear the most. Well…EYE think it’s a bear.

  • Jennifer

    This is incredible!

  • brodie

    these are amazing. i want one!

  • http://toppbrocales.wordpress.com topp

    awesomeness!! aj fosik’s the best!

  • Justin

    They look so evil, and spooky. Awesome work though. I love them.

  • http://lukasricharz.wordpress.com/ lukas

    Hi! this is really beautiful. Do you know Bodys Isek Kingelez’s models. Same thing but in architecture.

  • http://lightning-heart.blogspot.com Lightning Heart

    woah

  • http://alexiskaneshiro.com Alexis

    These make me so happy! I love the colors!

  • Anny

    the ones with extra eyes are eerie…but so compelling. this is so cool. i agree with alexis – the colors are awesome!

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  • cem

    They are beatiful to look at -unexpectedly.

  • Darlene

    WOW! I was blown away.

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  • Adhia

    i love ur artwork and i realy want to have it.. how can i get ur artwork.. i’m from indonesia @Adhia

  • Eugenio

    my orthodoncist used to have something similar but with braces on their teeth. A tiger, elephant, monkey.

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  • jessica koivistoinen

    Oooh! Great work!





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