06.09.11 by Jeff

Kevin Cyr

Paintings by Kevin Cyr.

Artist painter Kevin Cyr paintings

Artist painter Kevin Cyr paintings

Artist painter Kevin Cyr paintings

Artist painter Kevin Cyr paintings

Artist painter Kevin Cyr paintings

Artist painter Kevin Cyr paintings

Artist painter Kevin Cyr paintings

Artist painter Kevin Cyr paintings

Artist painter Kevin Cyr paintings

Artist painter Kevin Cyr paintings













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



  • David

    i’d LOVE a print of the 6th one.

    also like the 2nd one with the rust. brilliant

    • Colin

      Definitely agree ^^ Sixth is awesome

      • Totally agree with David & Colin that the 6th one has the sweetest artwork, but the 3rd would make the best shaggin’ wagon.

  • Zang

    Love this guy’s work! There was some great pictures of his work as well as an interesting interview in Very Nearly Almost Magazine a while back.
    http://verynearlyalmost.com/blog/shop/vna-issue-12/

  • I’d love to own one of these so much. Amazing work, can’t stop looking at it

  • CJD

    These are painted really well but I don’t really enjoy the ones with graffiti. It is disappointing seeing graffiti treated like an high art form, it doesn’t belong on anything hanging in a gallery or any kind of space. IT”S FOR THE STREETS NOT THE MONEY MAKING ART WORLD!

    • colman

      whats your point ?…. graffiti is not art or graffiti is not for commercial profit ? either way i cant agree at all…. these are clearly examples of urban plight. It does not appear that the artist added the graffiti…. These are totally awesome… an amazing collection that hits at the heart of our time. this is real

  • David

    Completely and totally awesome.

  • I Like!
    His work is cool and I’m a kind of van collector :
    http://www.cliclacboum.com/CAMION.html

  • SashaM

    Fantastic work.

  • I love this guy’s work! Good work….. “Bravo!” :-) CoccoilCreativo from Italy





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