07.02.11 by Jeff

Everfresh + Miso

Everfresh and Miso paint the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne.

everfresh studio miso artist mural graffiti always wins national gallery of victoria melbourne australi

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



  • rototo

    what is this song?

    • paint it black – rolling stones

  • I love that song!

  • Droolin

    holy moses. how do mofos even begin practicing painting stuff that size and making it look good?

  • that’s incredible. I love the way they cut off some parts at the end, it creates a whole new level to the piece

  • Just awesome.

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  • lapetitefaon

    I love Miso she reminds me a lot of Swoon but thats a huge compliment!

  • Anny

    this is amazing.

  • WT Durrance

    Awesome work! I’m inspired!

  • jude

    i wish i had such an imagination, my painting are all from observation

  • very nicely done!..good stuff

  • incredeble :O





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