14.09.09 by Jeff

Shawn Barber

Paintings by Shawn Barber.

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shawn barber painter artist painting

shawn barber painter artist painting

shawn barber painter artist painting

shawn barber painter artist painting

shawn barber painter artist painting

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



  • GEO

    i am in love with Barbers work (L)
    would totally love to meet him

  • These are amazing!

  • D Stinton

    These are really cool.

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  • This is life art. And I love the thought process involved with painting tattoos…

  • Nicole

    he graduated from my school, Ringling College of Art and Design. He came to visit last year, talked, answered questions, and did a demo. It was simply amazing.

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  • WoW! Such a great work…love them all!

  • Leonardo

    I love tattoos and this type of painting, it’s incredible

  • STEFF LING

    you really, really don’t see paintings like this. it reminds me of the intricacy of renaissance paintings.

  • This is some pretty great stuff. Unique subject matter and really great style, this work is something else!

  • barber is amazing
    i actually met him 2 years ago at the Montréal’s Tattoo Convention… he did a live painting for 2 days…! i think i fell in love

  • Jennifer

    WOW! AMAZING!

  • Jason

    Great work!

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  • Amazing, nice work.





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