03.05.10 by Jeff

Oliver Hibert

Paintings by Oliver Hibert.

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oliver hibert artist painting painter

oliver hibert artist painting painter

oliver hibert artist painting painter

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



  • Droolin

    these remind me of album covers.so sick

  • This is like Parra on acid.

  • Dea

    i love his work. its as if everything is moving, so unreal!

  • This is the shit I’m into.

  • Fabulous paintings…thanks for post..

  • This guy had to of watched a ton of ren & stimpy.

  • CALVIN

    Actually it looks just like keiichi tanaami work.

  • wolf

    parra on acid covers it quite well.

  • How funny, I thought this was me! Lovely work though! x

  • kaa blaaaaammm

    tripppy shit!!

    awsome!

  • WOOW!!!!! crazy work

  • That is really cool and I always been a fan of art work and drawings. I like it. I believe that all you need for a better drawing is creativity.

  • Nice stuff, I love the background on your blog, very creative, a bit disturbing 🙂

  • También me gusta harto saludos





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