27.01.10 by Jeff

Song Myung-Jin

Paintings by artist Song Myung-Jin.

song myung-jin painter drainage pipe painting

song myung-jin painter blades of grass painting

song myung-jin painter green platform painting

song myung-jin tiles painting

song myung-jin painter brown straw painting

song myung-jin grass grid painter painting

song myung-jin tiles straw painter painting













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



  • This somehow reminds of Marble Madness – that old video game… I like.

  • lapetitefaon

    illustrate a childrens book now, thanks! I love!

  • Pretty cool, the grass in the first two make my eyes water.

  • Z0NU5

    #3 is way cool.

  • emil

    These are so moodful, it’s like i miss that feeling but i don’t remember ever feeling it. #3 is more than fantastic.

  • very pretty. love the movement in these paintings. they seem almost animated.

  • oz

    to me, looks like dogs hair under a microscope soo cartoonesque

  • Ellen

    These are reminiscent of Chris Ballantyne’s work, although more digital and graphic than his water colors. Very nice. http://www.chrisballantyne.com/

  • willem

    The last one is my favorite. Mind-boggling…





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