22.09.10 by Jeff

Willy Verginer

Sculptures by Willy Verginer.

artist willy verginer sculpture

artist willy verginer sculpture

artist willy verginer sculpture

artist willy verginer sculpture

artist willy verginer sculpture

artist willy verginer sculpture

artist willy verginer sculpture

artist willy verginer sculpture

artist willy verginer sculpture

artist willy verginer sculpture

via: lapetitefaon (my favourite commenter on Booooooom)













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



  • gioVanni stiMolo

    Great works.

  • Damn, this guy has an amazing name.

  • ! this is amazing

  • Can´t believe that, really awesome

  • mp

    haunting.

  • One of the best things i have seen lately .

  • Jesseline

    When I was a kid I used to have dreams that I could swim through solid floors to escape, and then surface under desks to scare and/or impress my classmates. These are truly awesome…

  • lapetitefaon

    Yay! The contrast between the hard, precise wood and the light flowing colors, he is absolutely brilliant! and thanks Jeff your blog is my favorite website by far! (even more so than the one I contribute to? ahaha, oh well!)

  • Anny

    i love this.

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  • The swimmers are really great!

    Excellent how he creates ‘underwater’ levels, I love it.

  • Mina

    oh my goodness these areee soo amazing

  • wao this is so good

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