31.01.11 by Jeff

Justin Richel

Beautiful gouache works by Justin Richel.

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artist gouache justin richel

artist gouache justin richel

artist gouache justin richel

artist gouache justin richel

artist gouache justin richel

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



  • Really nice work! Reminds me of another artist: http://joshkeyes.net/ Love his work as well.

  • Great work!

  • Amazing! That pyramid is beautiful!

    Very refreshing to see such detail in a wall painting, and such an intimate scale.

  • i like the twister a lot

  • Nice work Justin! The bird pieces our my favorite. I like thinking about the implications of hierarchy with the birds.

  • inkyoats

    i want that in my house!

  • lapetitefaon

    I really really really love the first piece so so so much ahhhhhhh! It makes my head spin its so beautiful I’d give away like…a pinky toe to have it in my house!

  • Jen

    Saying that something is ‘nifty’ doesn’t seem quite adequate…but this is nifty! Every home, from 4 bedrooms to a dorm, should have something like this on a wall.

  • Pamela

    Lovely

  • lovely compositions!

  • lovely!!!! muy interesante!!!

  • Abbey

    were can i get the tornado !
    want one for my room





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