11.08.11 by Jeff

Hiroyuki Hamada

Sculptures by Hiroyuki Hamada.

Sculptures by artist Hiroyuki Hamada

Sculptures by artist Hiroyuki Hamada

Sculptures by artist Hiroyuki Hamada

Sculptures by artist Hiroyuki Hamada

Sculptures by artist Hiroyuki Hamada

Sculptures by artist Hiroyuki Hamada

Sculptures by artist Hiroyuki Hamada

Hiroyuki has a show opening on September 15th at Lori Bookstein in New York – you can get the full details here.

In case you missed it, I interviewed Hiroyuki here.













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



  • ben

    They look like extraterrestrial fridges that landed in ancient Egypt = awesome!

  • Love his work!!! special the making of pictures definitely something from another world!! goodness they get my imagination going!!!

  • nice work. reminds me of john grade’s scultpures.

  • Ralfana

    Mesmerizing…

  • very inspiring sculptures! looks like fossils or something like that.

  • chroniczny

    fabulous!

  • It reminds me of creatures that I don’t what those are but very powerful, strong and imaginative.

  • You all are so nice and generous here. Thank you!

  • glorious.





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