13.10.10 by Jeff

Sam Gibbons

Paintings by Sam Gibbons. Baltimore, Maryland.

artist painter painting sam gibbons

artist painter painting sam gibbons

artist painter painting sam gibbons

artist painter painting sam gibbons

artist painter painting sam gibbons

artist painter painting sam gibbons

artist painter painting sam gibbons

artist painter painting sam gibbons

artist painter painting sam gibbons

artist painter painting sam gibbons













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



  • There’s some refreshingly fun/unique colour combos going on here which I really like! Great compositions too!

  • David

    yeah i agree with richard, the colours are really nice and unique.
    inspiring to someone like me, who isn’t the best with colour.

    the last 2 are my favourites

  • Just great, beautiful colours

  • I’m always fascinated by illustrators and wonder how they come up with their ideas. How do you put such a thing together? I’m a graphic designer and have wanted to do a sort of montage for ages but just don’t know where to start. I can draw and I have ideas, I just can’t seem to put the two together to create a master piece.

    It’s really nice to see an illustrator using paint rather than vector graphics too. I really want to get back into painting myself and create some kind of graphic art piece but once again, have no idea where to start.

  • Wow. I need to see these in real life!

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  • These are awesome! Some of them almost look like Dalek/Buff Monster/DabsMyla collabos. But very original style at the same time.





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