14.07.09 by Jeff

Jeff McMillan

Paintings by Jeff McMillan.

jeff mcmillan painter painting artist pop culture cult movie film

jeff mcmillan painter painting artist pop culture cult movie film

jeff mcmillan painter painting artist pop culture cult movie film

jeff mcmillan painter painting artist pop culture cult movie film

jeff mcmillan painter painting artist pop culture cult movie film

jeff mcmillan painter painting artist pop culture cult movie film

jeff mcmillan painter painting artist pop culture cult movie film













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



  • can you name all the cult figures in that first one?

  • Silent Bob, The Dude, Pee-wee Herman, Frank The Bunny, Alex DeLarge, Michael Myers, Nigel Tufnel, Borat Sagdiyev, Ed Wood, Bodhi, Johnny Utah, Dr. Frank-N-Furter, Chunk and Divine

    thats all i got (no specific order)

    • Dude thats impressive you got way more than me and you had full names too! Awesome paintings, the first one is great just such a random clash of characters.

  • …dennis hopper in blue velvet, david lynch, texas chainsaw massacre guy…

    • Your right, that’s Leather Face not Michael Meyers, my bad.

  • as

    the portrait of Laura Palmer

  • wow, I love that last piece!

    dont forget dr. frank n. furter, george carlin, nigel tufnel, alex, and bodhi

  • emily

    dude out of spinal tap!!!

    -last one is great too

  • connie

    that aint johnny utah

  • Joel

    I swear, the guy Kevin Smith is pointing to in the first one is my old art teacher…

  • Joel

    OHH, that’s the Dude. make sense…

  • sr

    Yeah! Laura Palmer and Chunk from Goonies are in the first one! Awesome taste!

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  • Last Row:
    Don’t know, Pee Wee Herman, Don’t know, Leatherface, Borat, Chris Shiherlis (Heat), humphrey bogart(?), Donnie Darko, Don’t Know, David Bowie(?), george carlin

    Second Row:
    Silent Bob, The Dude, Frank Booth(Blue Velvet), Alexander DeLarge, nigel tufnel, Dr. Frank-N-Furter, Vern Tassio(Stand by me) (?)

    Front:
    Picture: (?)
    coffin: (?)

  • Who’s in the coffin??

    • James

      MJackson I hope

      • danielle

        how sensitive.

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  • This artist must be Canadian?! Bob Mckenzie (Bob and Doug Mckenzie) in the green tuque is a Canadian cult icon known for hockey, beer and back bacon!! ;)
    Few have heard of them so total props.

  • Mary Katherine K.

    Borat, Pee-Wee Herman, The guy from a clockwork orange<3

  • Megan

    the guy in the coffin in the Abominable Dr. Pribes (Vincent Price film) and the portrait of his wife on top.

  • Ryna

    The drag queen in the back is Divine from may John Waters’ films. In this outfit she is from a movie: Pink Flamingos. Everyone must see it!





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To start, we’re focusing on three cities (New York, Los Angeles, and Vancouver) and will also be posting remote jobs (for those of you who prefer to work from home). All job postings are free for the rest of the month if you use the PROMO CODE: ‘friends’.

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