05.04.11 by Jeff

Yosuke Yamaguchi

Watercolor paintings by Yosuke Yamaguchi.

artist painter painting yosuke yamaguchi

artist painter painting yosuke yamaguchi

artist painter painting yosuke yamaguchi

artist painter painting yosuke yamaguchi

artist painter painting yosuke yamaguchi

artist painter painting yosuke yamaguchi

artist painter painting yosuke yamaguchi

artist painter painting yosuke yamaguchi

artist painter painting yosuke yamaguchi

artist painter painting yosuke yamaguchi

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



  • Amelie

    interesting atmosphere

  • lapetitefaon

    AHHHH! Everything posted today is insane!!! really love all of the soft white, very ethereal

  • amazingly surreal. the elephant! he reminds me of saggy penises.

  • love the ribcages and jellyfish.. beautiful work.

  • Yuhee

    They give watercolor a whole new meaning. Facinating!

  • Rain

    Wow. These are spectacular. What some people can do with watercolor just boggles my mind. I love how the first painting has those drips that resemble stalactites.

  • ALICKS RENEE

    THESE ARE JUST BREATH TAKING. GREAT FEEL TO IT. I LOVE THEM ALL.

  • chroniczny

    some of them are phenomenal!





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