09.08.09 by Jeff

Indigo O’Rourke

Drawings by Indigo O’Rourke. Melbourne, Australia. These goodies were sitting in my inbox, sorry no website!

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indigo orourke drawing artist australia kath

indigo orourke drawing artist australia kath

indigo orourke drawing artist australia kath

indigo orourke drawing artist australia kath

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

  • http://kieraaisling.deviantart.com kiera

    wow! they look like photos! great to see a melburnian :) im from melbourne too

  • http://younity.tumblr.com/ jordan

    they truly do look like photos, and she looks so modest!

  • http://www.leegrace.com/blog/ Lee

    Cool, really liking the detail but also the abstractness.. What I don’t like is the presentation method, don’t like the tacked up look. But the art is stunning.

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  • http://www.jollybegood.com JollyBeGood

    agreed I totally thought that they were photos. What a cool gallery showing though.

  • Jls

    these are incredible. I thought they were photographs at first.

  • http://www.casadeblog.blogspot.com Julián Abreu

    EXCELENT !!!!!!!!! Really nice artworks.I love drawing!!!!!

  • http://www.streetmemoirs.com joel

    Awesome series!

  • marco

    wow!! thats so amazing.

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  • Janette

    OMG they are like pictures! Amazinggggggggggg. Contrats to the artist…..

  • Dee

    Fantastic drawings, it really is an interesting series.

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    very interesting idea!!! I like!

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Watch the video below!

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