14.05.10 by Jeff

Jeremy Geddes

Paintings by Jeremy Geddes.

jeremy geddes artist painter painting

jeremy geddes artist painter painting

jeremy geddes artist painter painting

jeremy geddes artist painter painting

jeremy geddes artist painter painting

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.

    • http://hahasame,iwasconfusedwhenireadpaitngsby fritz

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

  • http://tannerchristensen.com Tanner


  • Dave

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

  • Alex

    I loveee his work! His website is awesome!

  • http://www.paulreiss.com PAUL

    These are unbelievably good, especially the first one.

  • http://alindragulin.com alin Dragulin

    This is Major Tom to ground control!

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ Jeff

      hahaha exactly!

  • Ben

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

  • http://youcantfalloffamountain.com youcantfalloffamountain

    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!


  • 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


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

  • http://coolnose.blogspot.com/ Noir

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

  • http://alonedot.wordpress.com alex

    awesome. hes one of my faves

  • ursula

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

  • http://artgiants.com Artist Directory

    This is great stuff! Geddes rocks!

  • http://ramireo.com.ar Ramireo

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

    THAANKKSSS!!! This is insane

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