24.06.09 by Jeff

Tessar Lo

Paintings by Tessar Lo. Toronto.

tessar lo illustrator illustration drawing painting

tessar lo illustrator illustration drawing painting

tessar lo illustrator illustration drawing painting

tessar lo illustrator illustration drawing painting

tessar lo illustrator illustration drawing painting

tessar lo illustrator illustration drawing painting

tessar lo illustrator illustration drawing painting

tessar lo illustrator illustration drawing painting

tessar lo illustrator illustration drawing painting

tessar lo illustrator illustration drawing painting













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



  • Lee

    Superb! Love this style.

  • napoleonsolo

    ????james jean????

  • Jennifer

    The third one is just perfect! I seriously want it on my wall. It’s amazing.

  • Corina

    I love the third one too! Very dreamlike, want want want it!

  • Yay Toronto! These are beautiful.

  • lapetitefaon

    Okay the photo of the kid flying above the city I think a part of me died when I saw it because its too awesome to take, its like someone painted what my reoccurring dreams look like! LOVE!

  • LIZBET

    The third painting is so ethereal. I came back to this site several times today just to look at it again.

  • 1993Lee

    图片让我产生恐惧的感觉,特别是第一张。绘画的人到底想说什么呢?于是我猜,大概是想说人与自然的故事吧。

  • thanks to everyone who left a nice message for me. for those of you who like that painting of the city at night, you can find it here at:

    http://tessarmakes.blogspot.com/2010/06/if-i-could-fly-id-finally-see-stars.html

    i’m glad we can share the sentiment. thanks again.

  • steve

    aweeesome! i love the murkiness mixed with the strong lines





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