07.10.09 by Jeff

Devin Troy Strother

Cut paper works by Devin Troy Strother.

devin troy strother artist painting painter cut paper

devin troy strother artist painting painter cut paper

devin troy strother artist painting painter cut paper

devin troy strother artist painting painter cut paper

devin troy strother artist painting painter cut paper

devin troy strother artist painting painter cut paper

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



  • this work is awesome! super fresh and intelligent with a great sense of humor, i love it.

  • Fantastic work.

  • KB

    This work is absolutely amazing – both in visuals and commentary on stereotypes & race. DOPE!

  • Love Devin’s work.

  • dno

    awesome.

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  • corina

    i adore this stuff. looks awesome!!

  • bekah

    sweet

  • HAYES

    cool, different, nice!
    love it

  • john

    gotta love Devin’s work. I googled his name and came across this along with a really dope interview he did on some other site.

    http://thesuperslice.com/?p=1722





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