25.06.09 by Jeff

Jim Gaylord

Paintings by Jim Gaylord. Brooklyn.

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jim gaylord painting painter artist

jim gaylord painting painter artist

jim gaylord painting painter artist

jim gaylord painting painter artist

jim gaylord painting painter artist

jim gaylord painting painter artist

jim gaylord painting painter artist

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



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  • gonz

    man.. this is wonderful….

  • these are really great. excellent use of colors and detailing.

  • Anny

    this is incredible…i’m in love. the colors are beautiful. am i the only one who’s sensing an oriental influence? especially in the seventh painting – it looks like a samauri warrior leaping over the tractor.

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  • mighty pics,magic!

  • Hollie Cloud

    Wow these are really great! They remind me of those lucid dreams you get when you have a fever at night. An unfortunate surname though.

  • This guy’s so cool. For anyone interested we interviewed him for our show on NY culture and he talked us through how he constructs these images: http://vimeo.com/9978241

    We were there for ages just trying to guess the films he used for material…

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