01.09.09 by Jeff

Michel de Broin

Sculptural interventions by Michel de Broin.

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michel de broin artist sculpture intervention

michel de broin artist sculpture intervention

michel de broin artist sculpture intervention

michel de broin artist sculpture intervention

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



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  • I dig this guy, lots. I used to work for an art mag and acquired some images of him at work on The Engine (sculpture of an airplane fuselage) that were killer.

  • Will Walker

    this is so good, and is the caravan one got a toilet on the back?

  • I love the caravan thing I want to craw through that hole in the back and discover where it leads : ) My art tutor used to say ART is about making the familiar strange and Michel certainly does that!

  • KIANA

    WOW. this is really innovative & fun work. I’m feelin’ the twist on familiar elements…

  • I agree with Angel. It’s nice there’s an element of curiosity in his work.

  • this stuff is awesome…I also love how the photos of the sculptures play a part in this, as well as the sculptures themselves

  • I love the mind of this artist. What more can I say.

  • SUPER cool.

  • Shieauwn

    yes.

  • toilet is the black hole as Universe))))))





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