26.01.10 by Jeff

Paco Pomet

Paintings by Paco Pomet.

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

  • David

    ”Cookies haha”

    • Dan

      c is for killing and that’s good enough for me.

  • http://theodore3.com/ theodore3

    Top image is amazing!!

  • http://jean-eric.fr j-e

    whooooo guy is amazing…

  • http://www.deptm2.com mike

    I think the 2nd image is my favorite out of the bunch

  • Kate

    YES. The top image is bril

  • http://craftsplorer.blogspot.com Geri

    Wow! These are so, so original. Love this guy.

  • Andrew

    It bugs me that work like this is so rare. PURE imagination.

  • http://www.garrettperry.com garrett perry


  • Sparks

    Brilliant, utterly brilliant.

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  • http://alindragulin.com Alin Dragulin

    Makes me want to pick up my brushes again! Genius work!

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  • http://www.artandboom.com anthony

    Top image is awesome.
    Makes me want to eat some cookies and go buy an AK.

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  • http://www.concretecat.com concretematt

    Awesome stuff. Love the first one.

  • oscar

    LOVE IT!

  • http://www.amsterdam-trip.com Amsterdam visitor

    the 5th one is my favourite
    I wouldn’t mind if they could be a bit more realistic in terms of brush strokes, but still – well done

    • http://monstermadeofeyes.blogspot.com J Business

      “a bit more realistic in terms of brush strokes”


  • Daniel Hirunrusme

    W I L D!

  • lapetitefaon

    Unreal. Unreal. Unreal. !!!


    absolutely adore the thickness of the strokes. creates so much more depth. i can honestly say i haven’t seen painting like this. love it!

  • Thom

    These are pretty creepy but they’re just lovely! Like a weird fudgey dream.

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/mortaubongout c’estpasfaux

    the paint at the top is hilarous

  • Megan

    wow these are pretty.. genius. i love how thick some of the brush strokes are. it makes me want to paint again! i love these.

  • http://prettygirlspoop2.wordpress.com S.

    I’ve been reading BOOOOOOOM for quite some time now and this is the first instance where I have been involuntarily compelled to leave a comment. THESE ARE INCREDIBLE.

  • Andi

    This is blowing my mind

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  • Anna

    what i’d give to see these up close!

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  • http://www.kowalabearhugs.com Matt

    Some appear as small bits of a story, others entice seeking and surrender. Thanks, I enjoy the work.

  • jan

    ha, i know where the house with balcony and couch outside stands!

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  • http://ampersanddesign.org Gavin

    that made me giggle – I want a print of that!

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  • emily

    they are all beautiful but the ones that appear to be ‘set in the past’ are the ones that really capture my imagination…

  • http://perfectglobalarts.com/ art paintings

    this is very beautiful! I love the colour palette!

  • http://armandocabba.com Armando Cabba

    cookie monster is great.

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