22.04.10 by Jeff

Seth Clark

Abandoned, mixed media drawings by Seth Clark. Pittsburgh.

drawings by seth clark mixed media abandoned houses

drawings by seth clark mixed media abandoned houses

drawings by seth clark mixed media abandoned houses

drawings by seth clark mixed media abandoned houses

drawings by seth clark mixed media abandoned houses

drawings by seth clark mixed media abandoned houses

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

  • http://www.aimee-emerson.com Aimee

    I am in love with these

  • http://melissajtyson.com Melissa

    Seth Clark is the greatest!

  • lapetitefaon

    ahhh!!! whaaaaaaat???!!! And now a whole collection of empty abandoned houses! Wow, I love this morning on Booooooom!!! These are SO GOOD!

  • http://www.morganblair.com morgan


  • http://svarti.tumblr.com Svarti

    seems like artwork from Silent Hill.

  • MarlenePB

    Absolutely fantastic. i’d hang each of these on my wall. they’re mysterious, but like…kind.

  • liquidtoast

    how this mix of the media can convey such deterioration is simply incredible. very, very, very nicely done.

  • Ariel

    I really love these! It’s creepy but compelling all at once.

  • http://www.sector-4.co.uk Andrew Thomson

    Thankyou. These are beautiful.

  • http://www.artsuppliesdirect.com Ashlie

    Fantastic texture. Amazing use of patterns,mixed media and color to create impact. Keep them coming!

  • Andrew Zhou

    nicely done! feels shamanesque to me somehow.

  • http://www.webdesignkc.co.uk/ Rory

    Fantastic pictures, I’m sure I have stayed in a couple of these dumps when I went on holiday. The missing roof brings back memories. Very talented artist, Seth Clark is a name to look out for…

  • emily

    WOW!!! they all have so much character, they look as if they have fallen appart with love
    they are AMAZING !!

  • http://meshfresh.com megan

    I acquired one of these off the online boutique > JAMSNATION.COM . It is so lovely in a barnwood homemade frame.

  • http://thehappydaisy.blogspot.com/ Amy

    Wow… these are fantastic! Am definitely going to research Seth Clark more!

  • Rony

    Awesome drawings! Maybe you will also like photos of abandoned Saint-Petersburg houses

  • http://www.sethsclark.com seth

    Wow Rony, thank you for this link. It is definitely inspiration to draw from.

    • http://www.citynoise.ru/ Rony

      I am glad that you liked my site!

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