10.02.11 by Jeff

Fernando Chamarelli

Paintings by Fernando Chamarelli. Brazil.

artist painter painting fernando chamarelli

artist painter painting fernando chamarelli

artist painter painting fernando chamarelli

artist painter painting fernando chamarelli

artist painter painting fernando chamarelli

artist painter painting fernando chamarelli

artist painter painting fernando chamarelli

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

  • Joe Pol


  • http://heyitsalexp.com HeyitsAlexP

    This reminds me of a combination of ancient Incan art and Spirited Away.

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ Jeff

      ya totally see spirited away in there too

  • http://www.rathur.net RATHUR

    Great stuff! The man has skill.

  • http://superluminousvelocity.com neuman

    Neat. I especially like the theme of semi-hidden birds. Great colors too.

  • Ian

    This reminds me of two great kings playing a deck of cards in the yellow submarine

  • http://domenicomontaruli.blogspot.com Domenico Montaruli

    Davvero belli!

  • http://alexparadis.com AP

    I love these

  • Preston

    He had a show in San Jose, CA. I saw his stuff in person, so amazing.
    And it’s all free hand!

  • http://www.wix.com/RichardChalmers/Art Richard Chalmers

    Beautiful! Amazing how artistically fluid it is while being so grahically hard edged. I really this work.

  • http://facebook.com/chomarley cho marley

    i fall in love with your work
    so nice ><

  • http://somephotosbyben.blogspot.com/ Ben

    I wonder if the artist was inspired by DMT to do this work, it looks remarkably like what I saw on the drug.

  • so

    just saw his gallery at anno domini here in san jose :) cool stuff.

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