07.07.09 by Jeff

Henrique Oliveira

Huge painterly wood installations by Henrique Oliveira. All the wood is salvaged off the streets of São paulo.

henrique oliveira wood installation painter painting sculpture brazil

henrique oliveira wood installation painter painting sculpture brazil

henrique oliveira wood installation painter painting sculpture brazil

henrique oliveira wood installation painter painting sculpture brazil

henrique oliveira wood installation painter painting sculpture brazil

henrique oliveira wood installation painter painting sculpture brazil

henrique oliveira wood installation painter painting sculpture brazil

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



  • lou red

    wow.

  • Haven’t you posted this before? Or maybe it was one of your friends. Either way, it’s probably the greatest art installation ever.

  • holy crap

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  • how the hell do you transport that, and get it back together!?!

  • lapetitefaon

    WOW.

  • katie

    woah! talented much.

  • this is amazing.

  • Jennifer

    This is incredible!

  • Justin

    …whoa. That’s some awesome stuff. Never seen anything like it before. Awesome talent. Must have took a while to make, and assemble. I’m sure transporting it is also a huge task. Salvaging wood for such a task is awesome, too. No wasted wood there!

  • Joel

    Beautiful colours and textures. They look like landscapes on the walls..

  • pilo

    waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!!!

  • As impressive as it’s beautiful !

  • emily rugburn

    freakin’ amazingly beautiful

  • impressive, amazing, beautiful, wow!

  • tatong recheta torres

    beautiful! .

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  • fatima figueiredo

    new wave

  • NETTE

    i love these!

  • I love love love this. So well done.





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