09.09.10 by Jeff

Jemison Faust

Paintings by Jemison Faust.

artist painter painting jemison faust

artist painter painting jemison faust

artist painter painting jemison faust

artist painter painting jemison faust

artist painter painting jemison faust

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



  • MP

    This was my childhood.

  • Pam

    They look exactly like photographs! Soo good!

  • Mina

    loooooooooveee love love love love love love love love these

  • Nicole

    I like how the clutter almost looks like a cityscape

  • lapetitefaon

    PERFECT! I love the idea of hanging one of these paintings in an all white, super sparse, pristine living room, that would look rad.

  • Amber

    I love how this shows what I used to play with as a child, it almost captures a certain time period all in one picture





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