09.08.11 by Jeff

Ben Grasso

Paintings by Ben Grasso.

Artist painter Ben Grasso paintings

Artist painter Ben Grasso paintings

Artist painter Ben Grasso paintings

Artist painter Ben Grasso paintings

Artist painter Ben Grasso paintings

Artist painter Ben Grasso paintings

Artist painter Ben Grasso paintings

Artist painter Ben Grasso paintings

Artist painter Ben Grasso paintings

Artist painter Ben Grasso paintings

Artist painter Ben Grasso paintings













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



  • Max

    Would love to have that first one in my living room..

  • These remind me of this house I saw once in an architecture book that was designed to look as if it was exploding. I can’t find a picture though :/

  • mp

    These remind me a lot of this guy’s stuff:

    http://shotbyrobert.com/wordpress/?page_id=191

  • nhasty

    destruction from a tornado on a sunny day.

  • shaneen

    i just love these. the technical ability is there & mastered but not flaunted. each is a surprise/intriguing. i wish i could paint like this.

  • destruction… very cool

  • emily

    i think i’ve seen his work in person before and it is pretty spectacular.

  • Morgan

    CRAZY DELICIOUS!

  • Makes me feel like these are the spaces our homes would be in if they still existed in 200 million years.

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  • reminds me so much of Cornelia parkers’ ‘Cold Dark Matter’ either really surreal concept…

  • yohji

    hmmm out of the links, I think this one is the closest match. Both are great.
    http://www.martinhoorweg.com/wordpress/?p=65

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  • Marcel Hanschmann

    this not only reminds me it is nearly the same like the work of DAVID SCHNELL. He´s a great german painter from Leipzig (Neo Rauch)…You should have a look





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