19.02.11 by Jeff

POW WOW / Update

Meggs and Wu Yue puttin’ in work…

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pow wow hawaii event fresh cafe loft in space

Maya

pow wow hawaii event fresh cafe loft in space

Eugene and Jasper

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Will Barras

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Jasper and Ryah

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Jeff Hamada

pow wow hawaii event fresh cafe loft in space

pow wow hawaii event fresh cafe loft in space

pow wow hawaii event fresh cafe loft in space

Prime

pow wow hawaii event fresh cafe loft in space

pow wow hawaii event fresh cafe loft in space

pow wow hawaii event fresh cafe loft in space

pow wow hawaii event fresh cafe loft in space

pow wow hawaii event fresh cafe loft in space

pow wow hawaii event fresh cafe loft in space

Meggs and Will

pow wow hawaii event fresh cafe loft in space

Ekundayo and 123Klan













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



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  • Jeff – your piece is my favorite!

  • I love the fourth image down, the bottom layers of this piece remind me of early She One works. He is my favourite graffiti artist, mixing typography with different paint techniques. I like how some of the layers stop at the edge of the canvas, and others run over.

  • Do you pay attention to keeping straight lines or is it intentional that they look imperfect? Just curious as to how you approach your work. 🙂 Really enjoyable, and i gotta admit, the sentence was more understandable compared to The Answer Is No. hahah!

    • yea its intentionally uneven, i actually try to make sure most of the lines are all imperfect/crooked

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