23.06.10 by Jeff

Maria Mantella

Drawings by Maria Mantella. Spain.

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artist maria mantella drawings

artist maria mantella drawings

artist maria mantella drawings

artist maria mantella drawings

artist maria mantella drawings

artist maria mantella drawings

artist maria mantella drawings

artist maria mantella drawings

artist maria mantella drawings

artist maria mantella drawings

artist maria mantella drawings

artist maria mantella drawings













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



  • very nice…… love every drawing!!!!

  • fantastic. delicate. haunting. love love love.

  • I agree, very haunting. I love it when I don’t understand exactly what’s going on.

  • Mina

    wooowww i love it

  • lapetitefaon

    I’m flipping out a little bit!!! Oh my god, the first one!!!

  • These are all fantastic- I really like the 4th one, where figures emerge if you look at it for a while. In fact, they all have more to offer to someone who looks at them for a minute.

  • so

    my kind of art! <3

  • this girl gets it!

  • i used to love your work on flickr and now you’r on booooooom !! amazing ! good work 🙂

  • b e a u t i f u l !





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