08.04.11 by Jeff


Sculptures by Houston.

sculptures by houston

sculptures by houston

sculptures by houston

sculptures by houston

sculptures by houston

sculptures by houston

sculptures by houston

sculptures by houston

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

  • http://heyitsalexp.com heyitsAlexP

    I love the arrows in the forest, these are so cool!

    • http://davidyann.com David Yann

      Yeah, I love the work in the forest.

  • http://bradallen.ca Brad

    Good news for people who love bad news.

    • Sasha

      love this album

      • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ Jeff

        me too

  • http://everydayiveknownyou.com mp

    Strangely cinematic…

  • http://camp-discovery.blogspot.com defuca

    These are gorgeous images. Cinematic indeed

  • Alejandro

    modest mouse? what?

  • rain

    I thought the fist picture looks a little familiar. The second comfirmed my suspicion. The simplicity and aesthetically pleasing nature of these are pretty sweet. Really nice to look at.

  • http://tumblr.colinhand.com/ Colin Hand

    The artist’s name is Matt Clark. He used to own and run the Houston gallery ( wehaveaproblem.com ) on Capitol Hill in Seattle. The space itself was highly designed and I remember Matt doing a really great large mural piece right before he closed the gallery as an homage to Chuck Jones and Wile E. Coyote..it was very inspired. His work is really conceptual and very in tune with his own insight into the world. I think he lives here in Portland now.

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ Jeff

      thanks for this info! does he have a website?

    • Ruud

      Is there any contact information of the artist?

  • http://tumblr.colinhand.com/ Colin Hand

    Looks to me like it’s still http://www.wehaveaproblem.com/

    (as in “Houston, we have a problem” from the Apollo 13 mission)

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ Jeff

      yea thats the one i linked was wondering if he had a matt clark one, no worries

      thanks colin!

  • Lucinda

    love this idea so much!

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/58895443@N08/ ambroziak

    dang! i am in the process of making fake arrows that i was gonna put up in some trees. oh well. still gonna do it though they wont look as good.

  • http://bingbangpouf.wordpress.com/ Marianne

    It looks a lot like Jouet d’adulte (2003) from the art collective BGL !


  • John

    I love the dripping paint

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