05.09.11 by Jeff

Interesni Kazki

Drawings by Ukrainian duo Interesni Kazki (AEC and WAONE).

Ukrainian duo AEC and WAONE Interesni Kazki

Ukrainian duo AEC and WAONE Interesni Kazki

Ukrainian duo AEC and WAONE Interesni Kazki

Ukrainian duo AEC and WAONE Interesni Kazki

Ukrainian duo AEC and WAONE Interesni Kazki

Ukrainian duo AEC and WAONE Interesni Kazki

Ukrainian duo AEC and WAONE Interesni Kazki

Ukrainian duo AEC and WAONE Interesni Kazki

Ukrainian duo AEC and WAONE Interesni Kazki

Ukrainian duo AEC and WAONE Interesni Kazki













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



  • wow great work!!! the hands and infinity loop reminds me of monty python :)

  • These are amazing.

  • lovely! really wonderful work! :)

  • Wow, cool stuff! Never seen anything like it :S

  • Cool! They do really big murals too, even coooollerrrr

  • Miriam Ashman

    wow. i just sat and stared at some of these pictures for like 5 minutes each.

  • sepanta sadeghian

    wow.these are MESTERPIECE

  • sepanta sadeghian

    wow.these are MESTERPIECE.The contrast between good and evil. God. Insight. Constellations. Self-analysis process. And life goes on

  • Oo yeahh! Kazki is great dudes of Ukraine!





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