26.11.09 by Jeff

Brandon Bird

Paintings by Brandon Bird.

philip seymour hoffman halloween costume magnolia brandon bird painter

mr noodle pool david schwimmer brandon bird painting

christopher walken robot painter painting brandon bird

mr t christmas lights house brandon bird painting painter

natalie portman ninja turtles painting what nat saw brandon bird

spiderman brandon bird painting pillow fight













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



  • bert

    Magnifique! ^-^

  • TMNT is definitely a win to me. And the Magnolia reference is so rad.

  • raaaad!

  • Yeah the Halloween costume is great!

  • Crazy!!! :)

  • Rad as hell! Pop culture references are always full of win to me!

  • Gary Oak

    I was hoping for the “No one wants to play Sega with Harrison Ford” But these are some of his better ones too.

    • Savannah

      yes, harrison ford is for sure my fav. i have loved this fella for so long. glad to see him here on the site.

  • Love these! Fantastic work

  • Christtian

    TMNT So cool!
    Brilliant work :D

  • MND

    lol is the girl in the ninja turtle one Natalie Portman?

  • I luv this type of humor in art, I would hang this on my wall. : )

  • SO RAAAAAD





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