25.08.10 by Jeff

Thomas Huyghe

Paintings by Thomas Huyghe.

artist painter painting thomas huyghe

artist painter painting thomas huyghe

artist painter painting thomas huyghe

artist painter painting thomas huyghe

artist painter painting thomas huyghe

artist painter painting thomas huyghe













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



  • I love the concept and style! 4th one down is amazing.art is like the universe, it is ever expanding. artists are always going to find new ways to present their work. swwwwwweeeet.

  • so

    sweet :) stands out a lot; i wonder what his statement is.

  • wow, that’s really amazing! I want that huge triangle (4th one down) for my house! To bad it won’t fit… and I couldn’t afford it. Super Rad though. I love how the circles are warped like it was taken with a wide angle lens or something. :)

    • Alex

      or u mean a fisheye lens :D lol

      • oops or that. ;) lol I had a brain freeze. Sowwy! :)

  • lapetitefaon

    Ahhh! Concept is super rad! Though call me boring I prefer the plain old circle to the other shapes! I just love the angles in them! They just look like they are melting!

  • JCD

    Very emotional, graphically intriguing time captures. A worthy effort.





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