01.09.10 by Jeff

Escif

Amazing street paintings by Escif.

Street artist Escif

Street artist Escif

Street artist Escif

Street artist Escif

Street artist Escif

Street artist Escif

Street artist Escif

Street artist Escif

Street artist Escif








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



  • HN

    these are beautiful!

  • lapetitefaon

    oh my gosh, today’s post are out of control, losing my mind, these are so perfect

  • so

    kind of reminds me of marcel dzama. and the sixth one reminded me of know hope. hehe
    awesome stuff, i wish i could see them in person!

    • Diego.Hernandez

      yeah like dzama!. message and style. but with clean lines.

  • Albert

    really good, which country are they???

  • Escif comes from Spain (Valencia)…
    Check check check

  • I love Escif’s murals, is the kind of street art that lifts my spirit.

  • THE BEST!!!

  • fiorella

    they are soooo cool! this is kind of thing missing in my city.

  • fiorella

    they are soooo cool! this is the kind of thing missing in my city.

  • Hec

    Yes, I see these pieces when I walk through my city, are wonderful!

  • I shared this amazingness immediately. How did I miss this?!

  • can’t get enough of this!

  • dc

    Reminds me of the characters in Layla Ali’s gouache paintings. Nice to see that type of sensibility blown up to street art scale.

  • These are unreal, so so beautiful. I’m from Vancouver but currently living in Spain, and a couple months ago took a little trip to Valencia…walked around and saw some amazing graffiti and took photos under it…now I find out it’s this guy! love love love it!





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