16.12.09 by Jeff

Andy Goldsworthy











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



  • Nicola

    this guy is so creative. he just makes stuff happen with whatever is at hand, amazing

    • key

      wo.wo….wo..

  • http://katelistenstodavid.blogspot.com Kate

    His rock sculptures boggle my mind. I have tried to create things like that, and even with spending hours on it, I fail miserably. His ability to make such natural, free forming art is inspiring.

  • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

    they are so magical i smile whenever i see his work

  • http://www.e22.com shing02

    second that his dvds are awesome

  • bird

    love his work!!

  • http://www.stefanomattia.it stefano

    pure genius!

  • bert

    oh gosh, so sososososososososoOSOSOSososo divine

  • http://www.kathryndart.wordpress.com kathryn

    Andy Goldsworthy is hands-down my favorite artist. So inspiring and elegant and just amazing!

  • http://www.myangelone.de angelone

    gread ideas. love these.
    keep it up :)

  • lapetitefaon

    Sigh, such happy posts today!

  • http://band.herva.com herva

    YES. So magical.

  • Sarah

    Don’t we all… sigh. Yeah, if you haven’t seen “Rivers and Tides” yet, you HAVE TO! It’s a work of art by itself by German director Thomas Riedelsheimer.

    • http://www.wreckandslender.com bryce

      Lerv that movie! mesmerizing,

    • Kerri

      Just watched that in my art class.
      It was awesome.
      His work is beautiful.

      • demi

        same….was brill

  • http://marshmellowkisses.wordpress.com Sara

    Love his work. This is great.

  • ari

    He is a genius

  • RO

    an art history professor of mine was just talking about how his work is too pretty.

  • http://www.ugooh.tumblr.com ugooh

    So, interesting.

  • http://www.aheartaday.com thomas

    who doesn’t love andy goldsworthy?
    :)

  • Yasmin

    I was about to say that these remind me of Andy Goldsworthy and then I realized that it was him! I love his work.

  • Lisa

    Amazing imagination and creativity !!!!!!! Totally inspiring !!!!!!!

  • http://courtneygriffin.wordpress.com cortnee

    Amazing work. I particularly like the 2nd and 3rd one.

  • alaska

    his art is just amazing.

  • demi

    cooooool!!! i want to be a photographer aha





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