24.11.10 by Jeff

Talita Hoffmann

Drawings by Talita Hoffmann.

artist drawings talita hoffmann

artist drawings talita hoffmann

artist drawings talita hoffmann

artist drawings talita hoffmann

artist drawings talita hoffmann

artist drawings talita hoffmann

artist drawings talita hoffmann

artist drawings talita hoffmann

artist drawings talita hoffmann

artist drawings talita hoffmann

artist drawings talita hoffmann













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



  • gioVanni stiMolo

    Very interesting.

  • simon

    These are wonderful! though they do look uncannily similar to the work of brazillian artist Carla Barth, who has already been posted here before.

  • dea lellis

    amazing!

  • Fantastic eleven!

  • Thitima Sukwatthana

    lovely!

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  • sebahtian

    i would say that PAINTINGS (acrylic) by Talita Hoffmann. not drawings. otherwise- hot pieces!

  • Alex

    Wonderful! I´ve just bought one of her paintings in Sao Paulo. I had not seen this link before.





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