02.03.11 by Jeff

Alex Roulette

Paintings by Alex Roulette.

artist painter painting alex roulette

artist painter painting alex roulette

artist painter painting alex roulette

artist painter painting alex roulette













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



  • Ariel

    just saw these at george billis a couple weeks ago, and have been trying to remember who they were by, thanks for posting!

  • I am liking this “creepy rural” theme in the posts today…

    • lapetitefaon

      this IS “creepy rural” ! great description, also love this idea, and these paintings are so scary/dreaming/lovely

  • OH WOW! just amazing!

  • mp

    Reminds me of Days of Heaven.

  • Awesome colors!

  • Lea

    The second one reminds of Miyazakis “Nausicaä”

  • I love this stuff so much.

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  • Oliver

    Fantastic.. Alex remains one of my favorite painters… so good to see new work!

  • lewis

    the colours are interesting. i like these a lot.

  • NielsBuddiger

    great style





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