18.10.10 by Jeff

AJ Fosik

More stunning wood work by AJ Fosik.

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

artist aj fosik sculpture wood

artist aj fosik sculpture wood

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

  • Kirke

    absolutely amazing. so well crafted

  • http://www.flickr.com/bastiencest Seba

    Wow, fantastic colours

  • http://www.davidisrestless.com davidisrestless

    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.

  • http://hardfeelingsblog.com dylan

    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?

  • http://www.dondestastomas.blogspot.com Tom Ives

    Amazing! inspiring!

  • caio

    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!

  • http://jojjesart.weebly.com Jojje

    Nice. :) Reminds me of Zelda: Windwaker.

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Watch the video below!

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