18.08.09 by Jeff

Lauren Albert

Drawings by Lauren Albert aka LaLa. Brooklyn.

lauren albert lala drawing illustration

lauren albert lala drawing illustration

lauren albert lala drawing illustration

lauren albert lala drawing illustration

lauren albert lala drawing illustration

lauren albert lala drawing illustration

lauren albert lala drawing illustration













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



  • Fresh!

  • lapetitefaon

    WHOA, crazy, creepy, amazing. These are definitely unique.

  • Raphael

    They’re sooooooo graceful and sooooooo disturbing at the same time!

  • I followed her work on DeviantArt for a while. I love her stuff.

  • same here – creepy in a tasteful way. Love her!

  • hermano

    random brian eno reference. cool stuff.

  • ahhh i’ve been such a fan of hers for ages, she’s brilliant!

  • bird

    def one of my faves, her. love the third eyes.

  • emily rugburn

    i freeekin love this work…..

  • Krystal

    I’ve been a fan for a few years also. I have 2 of her prints hanging in my room from about 2003(?) they’re a lot different than her recent things but I always get compliments on them and how creepy/pretty they are.

  • Ryan

    She’s also one of my favorites. She deserves to make it big, truly. Even her older work (I’ve been watching her stuff since the Deviantart days as well.) gives me chills. It’s so original and fresh. Lauren, good luck!

  • sheena

    Love the last three. great figures





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