23.11.09 by Jeff

Tim Biskup

Paintings by Tim Biskup.

tim biskup artist painter painting

tim biskup artist painter painting

tim biskup artist painter painting

tim biskup artist painter painting

tim biskup artist painter painting

tim biskup artist painter painting













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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