29.03.11 by Jeff

Laurie Frick

Works by Laurie Frick.

artist laurie frick drawings collages sculptures

artist laurie frick drawings collages sculptures

artist laurie frick drawings collages sculptures

artist laurie frick drawings collages sculptures

artist laurie frick drawings collages sculptures

artist laurie frick drawings collages sculptures

artist laurie frick drawings collages sculptures













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



  • These last two are especially awesome. Are these all made out of wood?

  • I love these, such a mix of digital/organic atmosphere.

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  • wren

    so so nice to see something so aesthetically substantial generated from such a well thought out cognitive concept. this is how visual language becomes potent and transcendent. (yesssss!)

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  • Brandon Giddens

    ^i just think they’re pretty..

  • I agree Brandon. These are flat out gorgeous visually.

  • See more of her art at the Edward Cella gallery in Los Angeles. Thru April 4th.

  • Wouldn’t it be nice also as tables ? Awesome work.

  • gorgeous! wish there would have been a close up tho ^^





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