04.01.10 by Jeff

Chrissy Angliker

Paintings by Chrissy Angliker.

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



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  • rob

    this style of painting completely blows my mind! I like doing the same thing with ink, letting it drip. its awesome and i love these!!

  • Lo ✌

    So amazing.

  • lapetitefaon

    Love the one of the couple. Family portrait gone wrong in a really eerie, beautiful way.

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  • emilyrugburn

    yess looooooove the dripping …

  • Ive always loved making dripping paintings, always told that it was a bit of a cliche for some reason – but this is well done!

  • Bert

    This stuff is real real nice… Almost like they were made of liquid. Its sweet

  • Wow! Esta genial este trabajo…. La verdad, inspira mucho transmite mucha energía…





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