22.10.10 by Jeff

Ryan Shultz

Paintings by Ryan Shultz.

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artist painter painting ryan shultz

artist painter painting ryan shultz

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



  • leonie-may

    Ryan Shultz is brilliant. Each painting has so much character. Love it.

  • Wow! so full of atmosphere!! luv it

  • So fukn real! Lov it

  • m

    reminds me of the avalon, greasy spoon dinner
    all the kids after school, drinking milkshakes and smoking squares

  • Jeff

    This was the dude that was on Work of Art! Good work – it’ll be interesting to see him mature.

  • punx

  • Maw

    love me shultzy

  • These are wonderful! Real ‘slice of life’ somewhat noir paintings.

  • Very cool. Would love to see the photographs where these originated.

  • sebastosoulian

    first thing that came to mind lookin at the 3rd one down: chris van allsburg’s polar express

  • Parker

    What is this the Chronicles of NJ. Lovein the Detail… look at that ashtray.

  • Bolla

    Someone please tell me how long it took to complete one of those pieces.

  • Ian

    He can paint, but the subject doesn’t really do anything for me.

  • trip

    1.) what caught the attention of the guy in the blue?
    is he really listening?
    what was their conversation about?
    how long have they been there?
    what are there names?

    2.)why does he have that sort of haircut?
    what type brand of jeans are those and how expensive were they?
    why is he on the floor, is he high?
    where did he get that tattoo, how much did it cost?
    whats he thinking about?

    3.)what is she thinking about?
    is she waiting for someone?
    how many smokes and drinks of coffee have she had?
    what does she take in her coffee?
    is she looking at some one?

    4.)did he shave his mohawk that today?
    is that his last smoke, how much where his smokes, how long has he been smoking, is he going to quit?

    the questions are unimportant, but the painting are immortalizing to think that.

  • arjan

    nice hobby

  • the top image reminds me of Chirs Woods’ early work. http://www.chriswoodsartist.com/id47.html

  • that way I love to see things your art
    Greetings

  • Saara

    Nice technique but boring to look at IMO.

  • great work. awsomeness..

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  • Remy

    LOOOOVE these. sick ass detail

  • rhae

    love the subtlety in carrying a cigarette through each painting.





26.07.16 by Staff

Intricately Crocheted Coral Reefs

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Toxic Seas is a passion project started in 2005 by academics and artistic partners Margaret and Christine Wertheim. The series of handmade coral reefs are meant to raise awareness about environmental issues (such as the fragile state of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef) by creating a greater appreciation for the complex design of natural formations (demonstrated through the algorithmic art of crochet). See more images below or on display at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York from September 30th until February 5th.

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POW! WOW! Long Beach 2016: Mural Recap

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Andrew Hem + Yoskay Yamamoto + Edwin Ushiro

 

Here’s a look at all the murals from POW! WOW! Long Beach 2016. I think this one above might be my favourite but tough to pick just one, lots of great stuff. All the images were shot by one of my favourite people on the planet, Brandon Shigeta. More images below!

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25.07.16 by Staff

Guy Goes Around Making Graffiti Legible

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French artist Mathieu Tremblin is responsible for several clever interventions in urban spaces throughout Europe. His project “Tag Clouds” involves replacing unruly graffiti tags with legible translations, similar to the clouds of keywords you see online. More images below.

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