23.08.10 by Jeff

Leandro Erlich

Sculptures by Leandro Erlich.

artist leandro erlich sculpture

artist leandro erlich sculpture

artist leandro erlich sculpture

artist leandro erlich sculpture

artist leandro erlich sculpture

artist leandro erlich sculpture













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



  • funny… great!!!

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  • The window-ladder blows my mind. These are awesome! So clever. =D

  • Dan

    the first one blows my mind

  • These are too cool!

  • so

    whoa, i’ve seen these before but didn’t know it was his. love it

  • tomothy the magnificient

    i love th one when its like a swimming pool. such clever ideas, keep up the good work.

  • zeta

    wow

  • Yvy Truong

    Great stuff, by far my favorite~

  • lapetitefaon

    whoa, love these! Especially the pool! Gorgeous!!!

  • hannah

    Was the second one exhibited in japan at one point? i saw something just like it in a museum there. when i stood below the water it felt like people above were watching me drown. SUCH a bizarre feeling!

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  • Byrd

    All of Leandro Elrich’s works are very playful and surreal. He loves to take something very ordinary such as a door or window and take it out of its element by giving it the slightest distortion. The window in the field emotes a bizarre sense of escape. I enjoy how the pool sculpture gives a different viewpoint from below.

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