06.08.09 by Jeff

Didier Blondeau

Drawings by Didier Blondeau. France.

didier blondeau drawing artist art france

didier blondeau drawing artist art france

didier blondeau drawing artist art france

didier blondeau drawing artist art france

didier blondeau drawing artist art france

didier blondeau drawing artist art france

didier blondeau drawing artist art france

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

  • jordan

    Ocd maybe, but I’m really into extreme attention to detail. These are really amazing.

  • lapetitefaon

    I don’t even know whats happening here ahhh. I wish I could see these in person. So much going on. A little insane.

  • http://www.kylelamar.com Kyle LaMar

    It looks like a snow covered forest. The kind of snow that is melting and you can see the wet leaves and fallen branches. The 3rd image from the top looks like there’s a stone wall, those that were built by someone a long time ago and you wonder why it’s there in the middle of the woods. That’s what I see.

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  • andycandy

    this is crazily beautiful. i wanna lose myself in’em!
    which material is used?

  • http://martaryczko.com Marta

    No effing way! These are intense! I’d really like to see these up close and stare at all the stuff that is going on.

  • Anja

    I agree with Kyle, looks like snow covered forest. Quite confusing but i like it!

  • jb

    for a second there i thought the first three were collages of transparencies of black and white photographs. the most interesting stuff i’ve seen recently.

  • http://myspace.com/thetentaclesaflower francisco

    wow. stunning. the detail is amazing. and i agree as well, i see a snow covered forest!

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