25.08.11 by Jeff

Gala Bent

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



  • me likey!

  • ah, shit, these are awesome. 🙂

  • Really gorgeous work, just spent ages going through more work on the website too

  • This guy is like my favorite. His work looks so refined for what it is

  • Gala is wonderful. Glad to see her work here.

  • Thanks for posting again, Jeff. I’m so honored! (psst… Gala Bent is my real name 🙂 Garrels is my maiden name, and Gala is a life-long nickname that comes out of Angela.)

    • cheers gala i made the switch, i always try to credit with people’s real names and after reading a posting about you on another site assumed gala bent was a pseudonym – fantastic work as always

  • Nambo

    very very very very nice shapes and forms! 😀

  • Amazing stuff – truly stunning; finding the joy and utter beauty in patterns and fine details is something I can really appreciate, and it’s what Gala seems to have done. Great name by the way.

  • sheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeit, what’s not to like, pardner?





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