07.07.09 by Jeff

Josh Keyes

Paintings by Josh Keyes. Oakland, California.

josh keyes painting painter drawing oakland california

josh keyes painting painter drawing oakland california

josh keyes painting painter drawing oakland california

josh keyes painting painter drawing oakland california

josh keyes painting painter drawing oakland california

josh keyes painting painter drawing oakland california

josh keyes painting painter drawing oakland california

josh keyes painting painter drawing oakland california













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



  • wow. wonderful.

  • haha – awesome. I stumbled upon these great artworks some weeks ago but wasn’t able to track it back again later. thanks boooom for reminding me :)

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  • I love his stuff. It’s damn near impossible to get hold of a print, let alone a painting, as he’s so popular now.

  • I love the way he paints the smoke. it would be amazing to see some life size sculptures of these.

  • katie

    damn they’re good! love the 5th!

  • Zoe

    In a really strange way, these remind me of the cross-section illustrations in nature education books.

    Really nice work.

  • im sick of things with antlers already

    • Brandon

      Yes, antlers can be abused. These, however, are some authentically excellent antlers.

  • wooowwww

  • pedro freenandes

    antlers, speech balloons with heart, round sticker peeled off, crystals, bears, etc, etc…

    but this work is awesome.

  • Where do I get prints?? These are absolutely sick…

  • this shit is amazing.

  • Great stuff.
    I especially like the deer with the flaming antlers and all the portraits which have the aquarium tank.

  • A nice work which reminds me graphics from the General Electric “Smart Grid” website. Really nice animated graphics too. Maybe an other inspirated brand… You can see it here : http://www.everyoneisanartdirector.com/2009/07/josh-keyes-.html





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