11.05.11 by Jeff

Itsuko Suzuki

Itsuko Suzuki loves dogs. Tokyo, Japan.

Japanese Illustrator Itsuko Suzuki illustration

Japanese Illustrator Itsuko Suzuki illustration

Japanese Illustrator Itsuko Suzuki illustration

Japanese Illustrator Itsuko Suzuki illustration

Japanese Illustrator Itsuko Suzuki illustration

Japanese Illustrator Itsuko Suzuki illustration

Japanese Illustrator Itsuko Suzuki illustration

Japanese Illustrator Itsuko Suzuki illustration













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



  • IN LOVE.

  • Wow! These are amazing! I especially love the playfulness and colors of each illustration. I really like the first one with the dogs on the cruise and the ribbons coming off of the ship. I think I see one human! Haha

    • I agree, I think the playful quality in these images is really wonderful.

    • Chris

      I totally see a human!

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  • dagmar

    kawaii desu (:

  • *tail wag* wanna ride that sunfish!!!

  • ahahh they’re so keut
    <3

  • Wow, these are so adorable. I wish Suzuki would come and enhance the Arts of New York City!

  • These make me so happy

  • :|
    I don’t like saying negative things about people’s artwork but am i the only one who finds it childish bordering on immature. I dunno it looks like smething my four year old sister could draw
    Please don’t rant at me , just expressing an opinion

    • victocactus

      I’m not ranting or anything. but it’s naive art, an that’s where the beauty of it comes. + your four year old sister could draw it, but probably not exactly like this. it’s all about bringing your personality and reasons on how you place everything and why.

      nice to see a different opinion anyways :)

    • lapetitefaon

      hmm, maybe the technique isn’t challenging, but I think capturing that sort of playfulness and sense of humor can be hard, especially for adults, there is skill in that! I mean… PUPPIES HAVING A POOL PARTY?! There is definitely skill in having that sort of imagination! I love these

  • soyoung Back

    you are the picture i took with me a little goes unconscious.
    nice picture ..pure color lead me to a deep longing

  • wowww,these sweeties are so cute!!i love them.

  • LOOOOOOOOOOVE IT!

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  • tonnie

    so cute. i like it





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An otherworldly audio-visual phenomenon by South Korean artists Kimchi and Chips (aka Mimi Son and Elliot Woods). Constructing an elaborate apparatus out of hundreds of projectors, mirrors and speakers the duo experiment with the materialization of objects from beams of light. Check out more images and video below!

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26.05.17 by Jeff

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No heat, landlord in front of New St. and Newark St., Newark, 1980

New St. and Newark St., Newark, 2015

 

Photographer Camilo José Vergara has committed more than four decades of his life to his photographic archive project “Tracking Time”. Year after year he has returned to poor, minority communities around the United States to re-photograph them from the same vantage points. In 2013, Vergara was awarded the National Humanities Medal by President Barack Obama, and was the first photographer ever to receive this honour.

See more images of his incredible project below.

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