08.11.10 by Jeff

Jung-Yeon Min

Paintings by Jung-Yeon Min.

artist painter painting jung-yeon min

artist painter painting jung-yeon min

artist painter painting jung-yeon min

artist painter painting jung-yeon min

artist painter painting jung-yeon min

artist painter painting jung-yeon min

artist painter painting jung-yeon min

artist painter painting jung-yeon min













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



  • Bones

    These are beyond awesome!

  • Awesome dreamworlds that rock even my dreamworld.

  • lapetitefaon

    oh my gosh! terrifying and beautiful!

  • These are Awesome!

  • ten

    wow, awesome!!

  • These are ridiculously amazing! Some of the best stuff I’ve seen here so far.

  • RangerRoseberry

    Love it, the subjects are creating their own worlds. Some of the “other” worlds seem composed of smoke which reminds me of being high.

  • fiorella

    WOW!

  • TLM

    Breath taking!

  • kay

    WOW ! So much talent !

  • wow, this is amazing. thanks for sharing.

  • segg

    holly crap these are amazing
    the top one is my favourate

  • Most unique painter I’ve seen in quite some time

  • Matthew

    Very unique. For whatever reason I’m thinking foamy intestinal tract.

  • Laste

    These are fantastic, meticulous and indepth!

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  • Fabrice

    Wow! Awesome…

  • sun

    wow she is amazing…i am so proud of koreans! ;)





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