23.12.09 by Jeff

Matthew Craven

Mixed media drawings by Matthew Craven.

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



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  • http://marshmellowkisses.wordpress.com Sara

    Very powerful when shown as a group.

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/mamalayacollective/ JULIO

    as usual, mixed media is one of the best things in the blog (:

  • http://www.rodericklaperdrix.nl ro

    nice! and I love the title “mixed media drawings”
    gives me a better idea how to describe my photography :)
    I also love the presentation in the last picture

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

      haha wish i could take credit for the term!

  • david

    i have to agree with sara and ro

  • Savannah

    just completely mesmerizing.

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  • rabies

    they are really impressive all together

    more mixed media please!

  • SpaceAce

    Quite graphic. I likey.

  • http://www.aurelievitoux.com – aurelie –

    Great work!! very good “série”
    and yes, the presentation in the last pictures is awesome!
    I love mixed media!

  • http://www.saic.edu/~sdoll/index.html DOLL

    this reminds me of Mary Virgina Carmack

  • lapetitefaon

    oh my freaking lord. I just about died. THAT FIRST ONE IS LIKE ojeoehobceonoemo4e !!!!!! no words, I love it! And the rest too! WOW

  • http://www.aheartaday.com thomas

    very, very cool. quite fresh looking…not too much into the whole mixed media thing, but these really work beautifully…

  • mcrvn

    thanks everyone! i got new images on the way and a show up at nudashank in baltimore.





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