01.09.09 by Jeff

Michel de Broin

Sculptural interventions by Michel de Broin.

michel de broin artist sculpture intervention

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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