29.12.09 by Jeff

Pakayla Biehn

Paintings (no, not photos) by Pakayla Biehn.

pakayla biehn artist painter double exposure painting

pakayla biehn artist painter double exposure painting

pakayla biehn artist painter double exposure painting

pakayla biehn artist painter double exposure painting

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

  • Britt

    Truly amazing.

  • Emily McGuire

    How the hell does she do that?!

  • http://kszolusha.tumblr.com/ Kerri

    wow these are absolutely beautiful.

  • IRIT

    I love the movement in them

  • http://mosslessmagazine.com romke

    on the first one at least the pics are by marija strajnic

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

    yea i saw that she gives credit to Alex Welsh, Marija Strajnic and Tanya

  • bert

    oh how i love you.

  • http://nathanveldhoen.com Nathan Veldhoen


  • lapetitefaon

    My lord, are you KIDDING?! These are ridiculous!!!

  • http://www.flickr.com/groups/pics_quarantine/ tasha leto
  • Jennifer

    Wow! This are inrcredible!

  • emily

    these are amazing

    are they painted over photographs?

  • dawn

    she painted these freehand and credited where credit was due.

  • Mel

    This is truly inspiring! you’re a real talent! :)

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  • http://misslieze.etsy.com misslieze

    holy crap! these are amazing!

  • june

    truly amazing

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  • GEO

    these are so amazing!!!

  • Naomi

    these paintings are beautiful- i love the effect- especially the hair one

  • http://011101010.blogspot.com/ dana

    ridiculous talent from a brilliant mind! lovelovelove

  • andianer
  • Paul

    Sorry if this brings disappointment to anyone. But to clarify, these are not “freehand” paintings. They are definitely paintings over photographs. It’s obvious to notice this with a trained eye.

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