30.07.10 by Jeff

Maya Hayuk

Various works by Maya Hayuk. Brooklyn, New York.

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



  • Iselin

    PURE JOY! :D

  • love this artist. want to see more of her stuff around brooklyn!

  • Happy 3:21pm to ME!!! Love this. And also your blog, which I stumbled upon today.

    I’ll be watching you…. (<– creeeepy).

  • Love Maya Hayuk!!

  • kp

    I think the second one down is an areal view of the fountain at Bonnaroo? The colors in real life are florescent and overwhelming and TIGHT.

  • rachillin

    Rave time! <3

  • Wow!!! Amazing colours, so alive, so shocking!

  • This is amazing! I love love love it!

  • nadine

    soooo cool! colours are awesome

  • priya

    awesome work.
    watta splash of colors..
    keep up d good work..
    all d best.

  • Mike

    Stumbled on your work via Abstract Art Lab. Beautiful. Joyous. Exciting.

  • juliettemargaux

    Maya Hayuk, solo exhibition in Alice Gallery in Brussels, opening 19.09.2013

    http://alicebxl.com/





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