30.06.11 by Jeff

Aaron Smith

Paintings by Aaron Smith.

Artist painter Aaron Smith painting

Artist painter Aaron Smith painting

Artist painter Aaron Smith painting

Artist painter Aaron Smith painting













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



  • Oh my gosh I love this! This is the kind of painting that I try to accompish myself, but I never get it quite right! This bloke however..

  • These are so amazing! Bonus points for the red nipples in the last one.

  • God bless this man.

  • AKJ

    Pretty Glenn Brown, but in a good way.

  • cockmeow

    ha marry me! fuck man, these are on top of impressive

  • oh wow… totally loving these!!

  • lapetitefaon

    he is one of my favorite artists! love love love!

  • Very nice! Very nice!

  • Wow, fantastic and creative!

  • This is AWESOME.

    This is what I’m actually trying to paint! 😀

  • Angela

    Your work is so great! I love how unique it all is, never seen anything like it!

  • I hate that I didn’t paint these.

  • Amazing to see his evolution. After having mastered realism we find him here. Bravo!

  • Great Characters !

  • Mind F**king…”Behold God’s humble servant!” Yykes!!

  • Joe

    Love the use of multi colors versus skin tones. Very cool!





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