25.04.11 by Jeff

Richard Long

Sculptures by Richard Long.

sculptures by artist richard long

sculptures by artist richard long

sculptures by artist richard long

sculptures by artist richard long

sculptures by artist richard long

sculptures by artist richard long

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

  • http://heyitsalexp.com heyitsAlexP

    For some reason, these look vintage.

    • http://michaelbussell.carbonmade.com Michael

      They are!


    Very wonderful work! An open blank space leaves our minds to wonder how to create something from it! I know my brain sends me those kinds of signals! :)

  • http://design-elements-blog.com/ design elements

    they look somehow unique…

  • timmy weber

    this is just like spiral jetty by robert smithson.

    • Michael

      “Just like” is a funny phrase. Are you saying technically similar? In terms of medium? Form/Shape? Conceptually? Or was that just like, the only other land artist that you are familiar with?

  • http://tangibleday-dreams@blogspot.com ashaniM

    loveeee the fourthpic

  • http://www.niko.shrubbyart.com Niko

    other wordly

  • http://www.maxcfields.com max

    I’m glad you featured Long’s work. It’s inspiring work.

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