20.01.11 by Jeff

Shannon Rankin

Works by artist Shannon Rankin. Maps, pins, glue.

map art shannon rankin mps pins glue collage installations

map art shannon rankin mps pins glue collage installations

map art shannon rankin mps pins glue collage installations

map art shannon rankin mps pins glue collage installations

map art shannon rankin mps pins glue collage installations

map art shannon rankin mps pins glue collage installations

map art shannon rankin mps pins glue collage installations

map art shannon rankin mps pins glue collage installations

map art shannon rankin mps pins glue collage installations

map art shannon rankin mps pins glue collage installations

map art shannon rankin mps pins glue collage installations

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



  • Yeah! I love Shannon’s work, she had a show a little while ago at my school :). Hooray for Maine artists showing up on my favorite blog!

  • I always love work with maps. This is very cool!

  • Kreh

    What beautiful works! Killer.

  • Alex

    super cool

  • Erica Mao

    amazing!

    • mengdang

      wa

  • Cara

    thought it was Damien Hirst.

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  • Who’s happy having seen Shannon’s work?
    -I’m Happy.

  • willem

    Very creative. Stunning :)

  • Nicole

    I love everything she has ever done. I want this all over my walls.

  • I really like this is all revolved around maps. The first image is just amazing, that had to take a lot of time and patience.

  • fiorella

    amazing and fun work. love it!

  • Morgan

    super awesome!

  • lapetitefaon

    losing my mind over these

  • Vicent lv

    nice





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