01.10.09 by Jeff

Alex Roulette

Paintings by Alex Roulette. Brooklyn.

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alex roulette artist painter painting

alex roulette artist painter painting

alex roulette artist painter painting

alex roulette artist painter painting

alex roulette artist painter painting

alex roulette artist painter painting

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



  • leo

    Luv it!

  • Great work, I love the crisp use of colour.

  • I got caught with the first pic. I really thought it was nothing else but a photo. And then, when you see more of Alex work, you find out…
    Thanks for this.

  • Wow, beautiful ‘in the moment’ paintings! Look like photographs… -B

  • Ivy

    These are amazing! Where can we find more?

  • Robert

    wirklich beeindruckend

  • lapetitefaon

    WHAAAAAT. These are out of control, crazy, ridiculous talent.

  • OMG!!!!! how amazing is this!! 3rd one its just ridiculous! (in a good way of course) love them! such a talented artist, congratulations!

  • Jeeeezus, his sense of lighting and atmosphere is scary good! Also really nice sense of story in each piece… almost like they’re from the same series of books or something.

  • #2. Loving the pool scene. Some really interesting work.

  • WHOA! I am in looove with this artist!!! <3

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  • zanez

    Fchhhhh… dame nice.

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  • James

    I’ve been wondering where that first one was from ever since I saw it used as the cover for Horse Shoes’ ‘The Imperial School’ EP. These are all amazing.

  • Wow! I really thought the first one was a photo! :)

  • amazing!! i really thought the first two were pictures!!

  • MANU EUREKA!

    This blows my mind!
    i’am a machine disable to do that….
    thankful I’m able to enjoy it…
    will look for more of his work…

    LOOK FOR … EUREKA ArtDesign On FACEBOOK!!!
    join this experimental community!…
    NEED ALEX ROULETTE ON THE PROJECT!.

  • megan

    he went to my college and seeing his work in person is even better then the photos….alex your work is grade A





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