06.01.10 by Jeff

Stephan Doitschinoff / Calma

Drawings by Stephan Doitschinoff aka Calma. Sao Paulo.

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calma stephan doitschinoff artist drawing brasil brazil

calma stephan doitschinoff artist drawing brasil brazil

calma stephan doitschinoff artist drawing brasil brazil

calma stephan doitschinoff artist drawing brasil brazil

calma stephan doitschinoff artist drawing brasil brazil

calma stephan doitschinoff artist drawing brasil brazil













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



  • http://www.williamterra.daportfolio.com William

    wonderfull, work very brazilian and original.
    omg i love it so much.

  • agustin carbonere

    http://vimeo.com/8139616

    I think we have some things in common

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

    beautiful work!

  • toomanycrayons

    I don’t see that obsessive behaviour, even of an artistic nature, is a salvation from death (mors meta). In the end, Calma’s exquisitely wrought drawings are merely something to do/appreciate while we wait. Enjoy.

  • http://www.coroflot.com/chris_p Chris

    these would make awesome tattoos!

  • GT

    i’m a but surprised it took you so long to feature Calma on here. his stuff is amazing. thanks for reminding me. as with many things, internet pictures don’t quite do it justice.GT

  • bianca

    golly this is real wicked! i’d love a tattoo of something like that.

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  • http://thegoodblood.blogspot.com/ Good Blood

    Awesome. Love his work. Check this beautiful video of a small town in Bahia, Brazil, where Calma spent some time covering it in graffiti.

    http://thegoodblood.blogspot.com/2009/10/temporal-art-of-stephan-doitschinoff.html

  • Joey

    Foda pra caralho!!!

    Respect!





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