01.11.10 by Jeff

Supakitch & Koralie

A wall painting by Supakitch and Koralie.

supakitch koralie wall painting mural

Watch the video below!














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



  • Jack

    Speechless. Whenever I need motivation, this is where I’ll come.

  • Am

    I like it when they use loads of colour.

  • ………………
    This has changed my life.

  • <3

  • Myraha

    Artgasm.

  • Booko55

    Does anybody know which markers and colors are they using?

    • lots of posca markers

  • Mark

    Does anyone know the name of the song?

  • Priya

    I believe it is a track especially created for the video, but i know it’s by D.L.I.D, if that helps any.

  • Man oh MAN, I’m loving this. I’d really like to know how long it took the two of them to complete this piece.

  • totally in love! i wish i could do something like that :D

  • faaaacking amazing.

  • Jack

    Wooow so amazing! Good luck guys.

  • Vera

    omg, I’m speachless! This is absolutely awesome! <3

  • Alex

    Absolutely stunning!!

  • ALICKS RENEE

    I agree 100% with every comment here. Definitely and inspiration.

  • “Music by DLid (quatre rec. / Leonizer) : myspace.com/​dicklaurentisdead “

  • Lana

    What paint materials did they use? Also anyone know what paper they printed the characters on, did they print or draw the characters on the paper itself?





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