02.09.10 by Jeff

Alex Roulette

More incredible paintings by Alex Roulette.

Artist painting painter Alex Roulette

Artist painting painter Alex Roulette

Artist painting painter Alex Roulette

Artist painting painter Alex Roulette

Artist painting painter Alex Roulette

Artist painting painter Alex Roulette

Artist painting painter Alex Roulette

Artist painting painter Alex Roulette













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



  • kostaw

    no way

  • Awesome…just awesome…

  • Magical pictures! I think there area beutiful photographers who show your works on Internet. Nice

  • Oh yeah, he is a painter!

  • MP

    I love that aged photograph feeling.

  • Whoa… these are fantastic! I’d love to see them in a gallery!

  • so

    holyyyyy wow

  • lapetitefaon

    OH MY GOD! Wow I want to see these in person SO BADLY! Unbelievable, new favorite!

  • you sure these are paintings? haha

  • AJ

    I love this guy’s style!

    Great paintings!

    • I dunno, the ‘depth’ looks ptrety darn convincing to me. Masterful piece. You know light, dude.

  • PRIA

    The look of the water in number 3 is just amazing… he is so talented.

  • SOOO crisp!

    love it

  • Rachel

    I used to have these strange reoccurring dreams that look exactly like the first painting. slightly more than eerie for me.

  • These are some incredible paintings, they look like actual photographs. This is really innovative stuff, I’ve seen paintings, but this is perfection at it’s best, the water and leaves are spot on.

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  • Aleson

    Oh my goodness. These are incredible!

  • Eli

    Dammmmnnnnn!

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  • Gregg

    These are incredible! I wonder what his process is? Are they oils directly on top of blown up photographs? Or is he just incredibly pinsharp?

    Brilliant.

  • RMC

    real artist.





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