03.08.09 by Jeff

Michael Page

Paintings by Michael Page. San Francisco. Love these! For some reason they remind me a bit of Katy Horan’s work. Their styles are totally different but maybe it’s the folky-magic themes?

michael page painter painting art san francisco

michael page painter painting art san francisco

michael page painter painting art san francisco

michael page painter painting art san francisco

michael page painter painting art san francisco

michael page painter painting art san francisco

michael page painter painting art san francisco













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



  • Some of these are kinda creepy! haha

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  • These are amazing!

  • Fan-frickin’-tastic.

  • Hotpulp

    surreal

  • RU

    Dig the vibe. Very nice work

  • Sarah

    I-I-I….these are indescribably fantastic.
    Wow. Sheer brilliance.

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  • Rocío

    They remind me tim burton, du know…

  • Carol

    these have such amazing story elements. i’d love to see these turned into an animation/short film.

  • the two-headed buffalo in the first one is AMAZing. I would like a two-headed buffalo of my own some day.

  • Anny

    this is the stuff you see in your mind when you’re trying to sleep but can’t…and all the images and faces in your head blend and become distorted and surreal
    he’s just good enough to put it down in paint and paper

  • Talented much? HOLY ****. Yes, I starred it out. :)

    But man, they’re all awesome. Not to pick or choose, but I think these are probably my favourite works so far from this site.

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  • i love mj he was the men that let us hear hip hop if it wasnt for him it would be nobodyonly the jackson5’s

  • jb

    loving the illustrative quality these pieces carry. good shit.

  • Morgan

    oh wow! I love these! need more!





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