18.10.10 by Jeff

AJ Fosik

More stunning wood work by AJ Fosik.

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artist aj fosik sculpture wood

artist aj fosik sculpture wood

artist aj fosik sculpture wood

artist aj fosik sculpture wood

artist aj fosik sculpture wood

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



  • Kirke

    absolutely amazing. so well crafted

  • Wow, fantastic colours

  • So crazy! Awesome color usage. Reminds me of Zelda for some reason.

  • ALEX.

    >_< OMG! fantastic work!! the colour used in these are amazing, so brutal yet so beautiful ^^,…

  • Bafi

    WOW! reminds me a lot of Bruno 9li´s paintings, especially the fourth one down. amazing colours!

  • lapetitefaon

    ahhhh!!! it just keeps getting better!! Unreal.

  • aj does not quit.

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  • Tsaganbaatar

    It reminds me a lot to the art of Nepal, India and southeastern Asia. Astonishing work!

  • David

    i’ve got a really cool book called Illustration: Play with AJ in it. it was published a couple of years ago (maybe 3) and looking at his work now, you can really see how it’s evolved. love it!

  • segg

    ahhh wow he is working hard at the moment. wonder how long one takes?

  • Amazing! inspiring!

  • caio

    =D
    his work is growing and growing and growing…

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  • Matthew

    Such good stuff. Definitely has a sort of Aztec aggressiveness to it… can’t get enough of this honestly!

  • Nice. :) Reminds me of Zelda: Windwaker.





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