11.09.09 by Jeff

Andrew Gordon

Some new paintings by Andrew Gordon.

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Watch him work, below! (video)


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



  • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

    things like this make me wish i could paint.

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  • xallxsewnxupx

    i like his style. and i’m a sucker for time lapse. he makes this look easy. wow. very cool.

  • http://willgodwin.blogspot.com Will Godwin

    Cool.

  • Chelsey Scheffe

    Paint!
    If not for anyone but yourself.

  • Andrés Cabrera Castro

    this guy is god!

  • Corina

    *LOVE*

  • http://www.fireandrobot.com lofighost

    oh man i loved stinky cheese man
    haha no i’m joking haha whew
    this is good, i like paintings

  • panda

    i love this

  • squiddust

    so is this whole series inspired by gummo?

  • http://whatremainsis.blogspot.com/ Vere Na

    LOVE your art

  • http://www.andrewgordonbleeds.com Andrew Gordon

    Hi all, thanks for your kind words. Yes Gummo was being watched a lot while painting recently, but the whole series was made up from a few sources. Oh and Jeff, you can do it man!

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

      haha ok i will

  • Axel

    Neat! This made me pick up the ol’ brush and acrylics again

  • http://tomburkulosis.com/ tomburkulosis

    These remind me of the illustrations from *Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark*

    http://images.google.com/images?q=scary+stories+to+tell+in+the+dark

  • M.Tarique

    creative artiest.great abstract creation.
    M.Tarique
    Bangladesh 





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