14.05.10 by Jeff

Jeremy Geddes

Paintings by Jeremy Geddes.

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jeremy geddes artist painter painting

jeremy geddes artist painter painting

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



  • bonnie

    Shiiittttttt i thought it was a photo at first. Wow.

    • haha same, i was confused when i read “paitngs by”

  • Wow.

  • Dave

    The astronaut paintings are the coolest things I’ve ever seen. SOOOO GOOOD!

  • Alex

    I loveee his work! His website is awesome!

  • These are unbelievably good, especially the first one.

  • This is Major Tom to ground control!

    • hahaha exactly!

  • Ben

    That first painting is out of control. So much terrifying velocity.

  • Damn. So awesome.

    Ok here is your homework. Copy and paste this link (don’t be afraid, it is just an awesome song by the Long winters) then go back and take a closer look at these paintings. I promise you it will make your day. Enjoy!

    http://s0.ilike.com/play#The+Long+Winters:The+Commander+Thinks+Aloud:103991:s45391462.11682760.21617855.0.2.46%2Cstd_a03292a1acb747db8d6f44cc16fbf613

  • alli

    wow that is crazy i thought that those were photos.. CRAZY!

  • Sean

    I enjoy the astronaut ones. the first one is very well executed…but lacks that painting feel that i personally enjoy in paintings. he does a really good job on the rendering. but too photographic-like/hyper realistic for me. the last one is my favorite followed by the second.

  • sarah caitlin

    neat-o. bravo-o.

  • daniel

    speechless.

    Still extraordinary regardless, but does he edit them on the computer in any way to enhance the colours/texture etc?

  • Wow, love the second painting (i thought that those were photos too xD)

  • awesome. hes one of my faves

  • ursula

    awesome! thought that first one wasa photo…holy cow!

  • This is great stuff! Geddes rocks!

  • OH!! I’ve seen this a long ago but couldn’t remember the artist

    THAANKKSSS!!! This is insane





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