02.02.11 by Jeff

Jennifer Mehigan

Mixed-media paintings by Jennifer Mehigan. Sydney, Australia.

Artist Jennifer Mehigan

Artist Jennifer Mehigan

Artist Jennifer Mehigan

Artist Jennifer Mehigan

Artist Jennifer Mehigan













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



  • ALEX

    intriguing…..reminds me of gerhard ricthers’ overpainted photos

  • This reminds me of Harry Potter for some reason.

  • lapetitefaon

    holy freaking christ, these are unbelievable what a beautiful concept, so perfectly executed, I LOVE THESE!!!! CANT STOP STARING

  • Pamela

    Love the last one, the colors are awesome

  • nate.

    these are incredible! so good.

  • I really like mixed media, it just makes things more interesting rather than being a flat image. The first and last are my favourites because they look as if the houses are floating due to the paint coming off the page.

  • stephania

    loveeee u!! would u marry me? lol

  • c

    are the house pictures by the artist too? i have seen one of these before, but without the paint.





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