10.02.10 by Jeff

Audrey Kawasaki

Paintings by Audrey Kawasaki. Los Angeles.

audrey kawasaki artist painter painting

audrey kawasaki artist painter painting

audrey kawasaki artist painter painting

audrey kawasaki artist painter painting

audrey kawasaki artist painter painting

audrey kawasaki artist painter painting

audrey kawasaki artist painter painting

audrey kawasaki artist painter painting

audrey kawasaki artist painter painting

audrey kawasaki artist painter painting













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



  • Spoony

    I’d love to see these on a wall as a collection, has to look mindblowing!

  • ado

    The last one – i love that the only thing that suggests it is underwater are the bubble and the hair.

  • Very nice, though the lack of nips on #7 is a bit disturbing.

  • Erica

    Audrey Kawasaki is my absolute favorite, her work never fails to amaze me.

  • they are oddly sexualized. like they should be on the side of a harley

  • Sla

    I have always respected Kawasaki’s work. She portrays transparency and light so well! Beautiful work.

  • rob

    Tits? I approve.

  • Maru

    i adore her!!

  • sasha

    VERYYYY pleased to see her recognized on this website. you should check out her doodles on her website. absolutely mindblowing. so inspirational.

  • these are stunning, I would love to own some of it!





25.04.17 by Staff

“Hazards May Be Present” by Artist Joel Daniel Phillips

Artist Joel Daniel Phillips examines San Francisco’s Bayview-Hunters Point neighbourhood through three friends and deeply-rooted residents. Defined by the Hunters Point Shipyard (a shuttered naval base closed due to extensive environmental contamination), the men work as recyclers within daily proximity to hazardous waste. Click here for previous posts of Phillips’ work. See more images from “Hazards May Be Present” below.

Read More

25.04.17 by Staff

Tiny Landscapes Painted in Mint Tins by Artist Heidi Annalise

Colorado-based artist Heidi Annalise creates impressionistic landscapes inside the lids of old mint tins, using the base to mix her paints. See more images below. Read More

25.04.17 by Jeff

Reader Submission: Matthew Dettmer

Paintings by Melbourne-based artist Matthew Dettmer, found via our April Reader Submissions. More images below.

Read More

25.04.17 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Mike Lee

New paintings by artist Mike Lee. Click here for previous posts. See more images below or on display at Giant Robot in Los Angeles April 30 – May 19.

Read More

24.04.17 by Staff

Intricate Food Carvings by Japanese Artist Gaku

Japanese artist Gaku sculpts elaborate designs into various fruits and vegetables using an x-acto knife. More incredible images below.

Read More