19.01.11 by Jeff

Ekta

Works by one of the best ever, Ekta. Gothenburg, Sweden.

artist ekta drawings sweden

artist ekta drawings sweden

artist ekta drawings sweden

artist ekta drawings sweden

artist ekta drawings sweden

artist ekta drawings sweden

artist ekta drawings sweden

artist ekta drawings sweden

artist ekta drawings sweden

artist ekta drawings sweden

artist ekta drawings sweden

artist ekta drawings sweden

artist ekta drawings sweden








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



  • Caroline

    wow! i have a new favorite

  • segg

    great works, i live in göteborg and see his work around quite a lot. always a pleasure :)

  • R A D I C A L

  • A m a z i n g!

  • chubby

  • oh wow i really like these

  • I already like the artist’s style and skill. But I think I see a theme of environmental consciousness here and, if that is the case, I like these even more. :D

  • Did you know that the word ekta means real in Icelandic. So obviously this is real stuff, real good stuff.

  • Image 9 is a collaboration with dave the chimp and the last one is done together with miss lotion.





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