30.08.11 by Jeff

Miso

More lovely work by Miso. Melbourne, Australia.

Artist Miso Stanislava Pinchuk australia

Artist Miso Stanislava Pinchuk australia

Artist Miso Stanislava Pinchuk australia

Artist Miso Stanislava Pinchuk australia

Artist Miso Stanislava Pinchuk australia

Artist Miso Stanislava Pinchuk australia













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



  • fricking love this stuff. thanks.

  • Ralfana

    I love the impact from this sort of work…

  • lookin good..

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  • Rhonda

    Love these!!!

  • lapetitefaon

    love Miso! wish I had one of these outside of the entryway to my home!

  • Miso is a great pick- but this site needs more ghostpatrol!!

  • there’s something sublime in the unexpected. love the symmetry, love the doorways. feel like i’m gonna step through them and into a russian fairytale.





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