23.11.09 by Jeff

Tim Biskup

Paintings by Tim Biskup.

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tim biskup artist painter painting

tim biskup artist painter painting

tim biskup artist painter painting

tim biskup artist painter painting

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



  • Nice, this a part of Tim Biskup I haven’t really seen before.

  • @ Sara: same here. I was only familiar with his illustrations, but these pieces are really amazing. I’m digging how the chunky color blocks morph into such fine gradations in the portraits.

  • Biskup’s work has evolved a lot since I got into him a few years ago. I love it.

  • wow straight up. love his evolution – i sometimes have trouble when artists change aesthetics but tim has retained his style. i can’t wait to see where he goes from here!

  • tia

    I LOVE BISKUP! EVER!

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  • Savannah

    really appreciate this dude’s color palette. i have such a hard time using oranges and peachy colors without it seeming sickly sweet. right on tim biskup.

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  • my name is my name

    i am sitting in the better living through coffee cafe and i see your paintings everywere it is wasome thank you for making your art!!!

  • smaomao

    great!

  • Great! I like abstract art!))) Very nice colours!!





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