05.10.10 by Jeff

Christopher St. Leger

Paintings by Christopher St. Leger.

Artist painter Christopher St. Leger

Artist painter Christopher St. Leger

Artist painter Christopher St. Leger

Artist painter Christopher St. Leger

Artist painter Christopher St. Leger

Artist painter Christopher St. Leger

Artist painter Christopher St. Leger

Artist painter Christopher St. Leger













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



  • love the toilet papered houses and cars

  • emily gage

    fucking love these. such great style.

  • gergő

    So this is what i call great! Love watercolours, very talented painter all of my respect!

  • lapetitefaon

    Oh my god oh my god oh my god!!!! These made my morning! Amazing style, amazing subject matter, THE SUNLIGHT IN THE THIRD AHHHH! Love the second, WOW

    • pitaben

      i like the kid pushing mongo in the top one.

      • that’s a nice detail only a skateboarder would get.

      • Raiko

        I noticed that as well!

  • Anny

    such beautiful colors, and a lovely illustrative feel to all of them.

  • DEb

    amazing technique and energy and great subject matter. the mundane becomes special, which is what makes this great art.

  • love the toilet papered houses and cars too…

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  • Oliver

    Amazing understanding of light and colour – makes it seem effortless!

  • What always blows me away about watercolor or guache is the need for understanding negative space. These are completely refreshing. Wonderful job!

  • master of water color. the luminosity is mind blowing.

  • frick

    tee pees and skaters lmao niceee





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