05.11.10 by Jeff

Mike Davis

Paintings by Mike Davis.

artist painter painting mike davis

artist painter painting mike davis

artist painter painting mike davis

artist painter painting mike davis

artist painter painting mike davis

artist painter painting mike davis

artist painter painting mike davis

artist painter painting mike davis

artist painter painting mike davis

artist painter painting mike davis













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



  • There’s definitely some Dalí influence here. The imagery is pretty cool to look at.

    • Giimo

      the first one.Dalí pure

  • Shea Kennedy

    Yes I wish I was the first one to say it but I totally agree it has a sort of Dali-esque to it. This work is a lot less abstract which gives it a nice story telling property. I love it!

  • SNOR

    i definitely had the right amount of dali in it. more wouldve been too much. skill is absolutely there. bravo. real impressive.

  • I’m sold.

  • Kevin Be

    Albrecht Dürer, Hieronymus Bosch, and Salvador Dalí had a baby.

  • Cristofer

    I also see some Bosch influence. These are great.

  • Zachary

    love the carried over themes (snakes, birds, fire, smoke.)

  • JAV

    Omega-rad. I see the Dali… Also kinda Bosch-ish…

  • FROZELAKE

    deeply esoteric

  • Lea

    I like the second one. It’s like an illustration for Hebbels poem “Winterlandschaft”.
    And the fifth … I really really like this style.

  • Loved his work this is the kinda art i love he thinks out of the box!Outstanding & clever!

  • Oliver

    Deinfitly a little Bosch here.. but it all looks very alchemical tarot to me. Great!

  • like it, cool work, looks like Dali and Bosco

  • its awesome to see fresh surrealism done supremely

  • Sean Wilson

    i was thinking bosch and dali and a little pieter brueghel, but i definitly see the durer….. love the work

  • Laste

    Reach for that monarch!

  • Dan

    Whoa! These are pretty amazing!





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