17.12.09 by Jeff

David Cahill

Paintings by David Cahill.

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david cahill artist painter painting

david cahill artist painter painting

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



  • bert

    I love the tacky atmosphere in these ones ;D

  • AIDAN

    Love the 40 oz. motif

  • Ru(die)

    I love the Bad Brains t-shirt 🙂

  • r

    i love a girl, but she doesn’t love me back
    the paintings are great, in a weird original sketchy way 🙂

  • It is unfortunate Skeletor is not furnished with a bottle of Olde E.

  • rob

    I’m reminded of the Larry Clark film ‘KIDS’ by some of these paintings. I like them a lot

  • Ryan Allen

    I really like your first painting, especially the hands are great work.

  • Sam

    I love this kind of dynamic between like this suburban white culture and a traditional rap icon like a forty. I don’t know, i relate to it. I get the impression its biographical as well, which is why it’s probably so relatable. The one with the pill bottle is great.





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