22.11.10 by Jeff

Chloe Piene

Drawings by Chloe Piene. Berlin.

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artist drawings chloe piene

artist drawings chloe piene

artist drawings chloe piene

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



  • Jim

    quite egon schiele-y, nice stuff :]

  • so f*in good

  • yes it remind me to schiele too!!!
    beautiful

  • One of my all time favourite artists. Her line work is direct and to the point in physicality but meanders around the subject. Amazing.

  • Christian

    why don’t we have the like button anymore? 🙁
    and the sketches are great! 🙂

    • the site traffic right now is too high to accomodate the facebook like button – i wish i could still have it, when we move over to a new server we will be able to bring it back

  • I’m in love with line, especially these lines.

  • Giimo

    the last one is really sick !

  • Grotesque! these remind me a lot of my own work, these are far more subtle and delicate than my own, they manage to get across a sense of grotesqueness without being gory or disgusting.

  • Ellie

    augh these are beautful, i have a piece sort of like these. its a colored torso with a spine extending from it. these are wayyyyy better though, haha.

  • Thitima Sukwatthana

    so beautiful, r they contour?

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  • PILOS

    How could drow like that!
    so Amazing

  • Xin

    Fantastic! This is like old German Expressionism with a way sparer and more elastic vibe. Great stuff, thanks Jeff

  • i fucking love Chloe Piene. she has charcoal on vellum mastered.

    *followed* 🙂





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