14.07.10 by Jeff

Andrew Hem

Some new paintings by Andrew Hem!

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artist andrew hem

and some great sketchbook pages during his trip to South America…

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artist andrew hem

artist andrew hem

artist andrew hem

artist andrew hem

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



  • vince

    andrew hem is the best. so glad you put these up here.

  • Xeniya

    they are all amazing)the first and the fifth are my favorite)

  • Taylor

    I would love to look his sketch book!
    That is so amazing!

  • Seb

    wow incredible, even his sketchbooks are so amazing.
    major talent!
    jealousy on a rolling boil!

  • This is beautiful work. I am completely impressed, and want to go to there.

  • lapetitefaon

    UNREAL sketchbook!!! I love the last one, it looks just like Buenos Aires! 😀 perfectly done

  • Morgan

    oh man. makes me wish I knew how to work with paints. so great!

  • ark

    what a pimp

  • STUNNING!!!!

  • nice…. love the little ones!

  • i was lucky enough to look through this sketchbook. the little paintings are so sweet.





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