22.03.11 by Jeff

Casey Weldon











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



  • eyehategod

    ah! i’m in the middle of a painting where the subject is a four-eyed cat, inspired by an acid trip. it seems i was beat to it! wow casey is an excellent painter, much better than myself anyway.

    • Jen

      I instantly thought acid trip when looking at this.

  • Bill Murray!

  • Trippy kitties! And that cooty catcher looks a bit dangerous in the hands of a skeleton.

  • lapetitefaon

    I think I have a headache from staring at the cats for too long, but I just…can’t stop myself, they are hypnotic.

  • adam

    i wonder if the cats are inspired by asger carlsen

  • Welp, looks like it’s time the world watch another wes anderson flick and remember that life should never be draining

  • GREAT!

  • the style isn’t really my thing, but i love the ideas :)

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