27.01.11 by Jeff

Tran Nguyen

Artist illustrator Tran Nguyen

Illustrations by Tran Nguyen.


Artist illustrator Tran Nguyen

Artist illustrator Tran Nguyen

Artist illustrator Tran Nguyen

Artist illustrator Tran Nguyen

Artist illustrator Tran Nguyen

Artist illustrator Tran Nguyen













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



  • may

    Amazing set!

  • ALEX

    why do i think of alice in wonderland when i look at these?? hmmmmmm….still very exquiste and surreal !LOVE!

  • Pamela

    Love the third one down, so awesome!

  • Her work is beautiful. She’s a talented one.

  • alinazarzar

    these are beautyful, they look like something dreamed…

  • lapetitefaon

    gorgeous, beginning to love surrealism

  • Joe

    yeah, I wonder how she achieved that “dreamy” or “fuzzy” look? Are these mixed medium, or watercolor with a certain type of paper/canvas grip I wonder? hmph, beautiful though!

  • jessi

    ive seen your work in the SCAD catalogue!!

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  • Tran’s are some of the west I’ve seen with the chosen medium. The surreal matter is fantastically beautiful and thoughtfully placed. One of my favorites.

  • Justin

    SCAD illustration represent! We love you Tran!





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