14.09.10 by Jeff

Ashley Wood

Paintings by Ashley Wood.

artist painter ashley wood

artist painter ashley wood

artist painter ashley wood

artist painter ashley wood

artist painter ashley wood

artist painter ashley wood

artist painter ashley wood

artist painter ashley wood













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



  • ALEX

    is it just me or most of this looks like concept art…..still very good none the less, the 1 with astro boy made me LOL ^^,

    • yea it’s because ashley wood is a concept artist – i don’t normally like work in this style but i like ashley’s work

  • MP

    That first painting is really quite scary & dark, fab !

  • The second one looks like the robot from the studio Ghibli film ‘Laputa’. But I am really liking these.

    • steven

      its not called laputa. it’s castle in the sky my friend.

      • bill batz

        check your facts bro. you be wrong in the face of 1986 ghibli movie. disney re named for usa

  • This is my favourite thing I’ve seen on booooooom.

  • his big heavy brush marks and muted colours really work for the scene’s, really glad you posted ashleys work:) it had wandered off to a forgotten part of my mind! his sketches and drawings in his metal gear solid book are so inspiring when looking for character studies :)

  • Oh wow, I have the Metal Gear comic and didn’t realise that that was him.

  • Z0NU5

    Long time fan of this guy. My favorite works of his are in the Hellspawn comic book series, but I love his robot works, too.

  • So reminiscent of WWII but yet so futuristic at the core. Dark, cold and just lovely.

  • so

    . THE BEAR heheheh

  • Darkness consumes the whole
    with only fragments of
    what seem to be real
    gleaming through the cloud of
    unknowing

    rhodrodendron.tumblr.com

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  • Ugh! Ashley’s work is disgustingly amazing! I have one of his “Swallow” art books.

  • Mattattaque

    Definitely has that WWII Eastern front feel. The cat (or whatever it is) is priceless! It’s clearly not a bear though, I mean, look at the tail.

    • Nikola

      It’s a lion. It was a poster Ashley did for the Cannes Future Lions competition (for young creatives working in the advertising industry).

  • Ashley Wood’s work will always be gangster.

  • Davey

    If you like these check out his graphic novel Robots Vs Zombies.

  • bernardo

    parece de comic postapocalíptico. me encanta





21.07.17 by Jeff

The Booooooom Creative Job Board

Booooooom art design jobs

If you’re a creative looking for work, or a company looking to hire, we are excited to announce our very own creative job board: Booooooom Jobs. Graphic design jobs, curatorial positions in galleries, freelance animation gigs, a wide variety of opportunities to work in a creative field!

A couple of examples: Our friends at Society6 are looking for a Creative Director, and Skillshare have posted openings for both a Content Producer and Senior Product Designer.

To start, we’re focusing on three cities (New York, Los Angeles, and Vancouver) and will also be posting remote jobs (for those of you who prefer to work from home). All job postings are free for the rest of the month if you use the PROMO CODE: ‘friends’.

Check it out: jobs.booooooom.com

20.07.17 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Till Rabus

A selection of recent work by artist Till Rabus from Neuchâtel, Switzerland. Click here for previous posts. See more images below.

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20.07.17 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Esther Sarto

A selection of paintings from “Sleepless” by artist Esther Sarto, based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Her show opens on Saturday at Talon Gallery (Portland). More images below.

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20.07.17 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Samuel Rodriguez

Recent work by artist Sam Rodriguez from San José, California (previously featured here). More images below!

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19.07.17 by Jeff

Photographer Spotlight: Angeles Peña

“Aguas de Montaña” is a journey into The Andean Patagonia, a desolate territory where photographer Angeles Peña lived all of her childhood.

She says, “In a world that spins faster and faster I feel an enormous necessity to focus on the details and the beauty of what still remains. I find myself with a nature that sustains itself but can fall at any moment. It is something that surpasses me and I cannot stop observing.”

See the rest of the series below.
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