17.02.10 by Jeff

Baptiste Debombourg

Incredible image of Icarus made of staples, by Baptiste Debombourg.

Incredible staple artwork of Icarus Aggravure by Baptiste Debombourg

Incredible staple artwork of Icarus Aggravure by Baptiste Debombourg

Incredible staple artwork of Icarus Aggravure by Baptiste Debombourg

via: todayandtomorrow

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

  • http://www.pariscomlight.com ParisComLight

    Amazing ! (via @Chaufforeille)

  • Kathryn

    This is awesome, wish that was on my wall!

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/44033385@N08/ glenn coco.

    .. no way. NOOO WAY.
    This is.. well. This must have taken a while anyway. Worth it? I’d say so. I’ve never seen staple gun art before! This is just fantastic! 😀

  • http://www.mattgavenda.com Matt Gavenda

    That’s awesome!

  • rama


  • Joel

    Wow. THAT is amazing…

  • http://www.justalfie.blogspot.com alfie

    the technique is beautiful and interesting the subject matter not so much

  • http://choplogik.org Chop-Logik


  • http://sehrephemer.blogspot.com/ uferaa

    this is just crazy.love it!

  • Tyler Austin Bradley

    Go Swingline!

  • michelle


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  • http://www.ivanbolancer.com Iván Bolancer

    Excelente! Espero seguir disfrutando e inspirandome con sus creaciones.

  • http://www.backsidefive.com Joe

    Extraordinary work here…a true artist! Breathtaking

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