31.01.11 by Jeff

Thomas C. Chung

Some fun things by Thomas C. Chung.

knit sculptures by artist Thomas C. Chung

knit sculptures by artist Thomas C. Chung

knit sculptures by artist Thomas C. Chung













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



  • i love the details like the paint dripping off the brush

  • Oh Yes, tasty !

  • alinazarzar

    I love the half-eaten muffin! I see what you mean about the details, Jeff.

  • Timmy

    Got to join his page then!
    Fantastic stuff :)

    Just found it –

    http://www.facebook.com/chung.c.thomas

    • fiorella

      he’s so awesome!!!!

  • no no, not THAT tom chung

  • Heidi

    Wunderbar!

  • Kameko

    Weeeeeeee – just joined!!

  • Emma

    Nice find Jeff!

  • hello

    gaaf maar wanneer is het gemaakt?





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