09.12.10 by Jeff

Ah Xian

“China, China”, sculptures by Ah Xian.

china china sculptures by ah xian

china china sculptures by ah xian

china china sculptures by ah xian

china china sculptures by ah xian

china china sculptures by ah xian

china china sculptures by ah xian

china china sculptures by ah xian

china china sculptures by ah xian

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



  • ALEX.

    AMAZING!! AMAZING WORK!!!!, they look like tatoos and very elaborately drawn tatoos for that matter. favourite has to be d first 4

  • lapetitefaon

    OH MY GOD OH MY GOD OH MY GOD, these are so so so so so amazing, gorgeous! And yes, first four, wow, my favorites too!

  • Gorgeous, amazing, provocative. Wonderful work. I want one.

  • This is amazing!

  • Mario Jauregui

    Transition from life…

  • Kevin

    it has already been stated, truly amazing.

  • Taylor

    OH WOW… words cannot describe how stunning these are!

  • Thak you for finding these beauties!!!!! truly work of an Artisan !!!! :)

  • lovely illustration. Keep up the good work

  • WOW these are amazing! WOW

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  • Luciana

    So fucking gorgeous. astonished.

  • Michellejoy

    WOW

  • fiorella

    beautiful!

  • Adriana

    Exquisite!





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