03.09.10 by Jeff

Erina Matsui

Paintings by Erina Matsui.

erina matsui artist painter painting

erina matsui artist painter painting

erina matsui artist painter painting

erina matsui artist painter painting

erina matsui artist painter painting

erina matsui artist painter painting













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



  • so

    hahahah this is like a tripped up photobooth or something

  • holy.this is amazing.

  • ellie

    I wish i vomited a mammoth….

  • MP

    terrifying

  • Tülay Taşkın

    I have a great imagination, much like success

  • Jean-Luc

    the second one from the top is amazing love these

  • rednaz

    it’s like miyazaki on acid.

  • The last one is awesome. Either the artist’s mind is moving a thousands miles per second, or she off something. No matter, nice work!

    http://www.stampmagazine.blogspot.com

  • lapetitefaon

    I nearly fainted. The first two. Holy.

  • insudeup

    AMAZING





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