20.07.11 by Jeff

Andrew Hem

Paintings by Andrew Hem.

Artist painter Andrew Hem

Artist painter Andrew Hem

Artist painter Andrew Hem

Artist painter Andrew Hem

Artist painter Andrew Hem

Artist painter Andrew Hem













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



  • Oh my god,this is so great,love it!

  • yohji

    Wow, great as always. Correct me if I’m wrong but I think his style has changed a bit, especially the first and fourth are different from before. I wish I could see them in person.

  • There is something wonderful in their eyes.

  • steve

    My favorite is the first one.

    I love how he mixes the lighting with the flesh tones

  • LOVE Andrew Hem. He is amazing.

  • Wow! He´s a God!

  • ALICKS RENEE

    :o

  • lapetitefaon

    cannot stop staring, really love the kids running along the highway but also the fishing one too, also feel has style has changed a bit, but prefer the new work! Much more texture in the skin!

  • sea jay

    reminds me of the art used in tekkonkinkreet, except more complex

  • Stephen

    Andrew has a great solo show up at LeBasse Projects right now.

  • Magda

    GORGEOUS

  • I’m finding it hard to believe that he’s actually still improving…he’s got game.

  • love it.

  • This is really great work! I really love the style and sensibility of these.

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  • carolin

    This is so inspiring and beautiful… i loved the coloring.
    I´m from argentina, great sketches from this part of the world <3





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