21.09.11 by Jeff

Agustin Sirai

Paintings by Agustin Sirai. Argentina.

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artist painter painting Agustin Sirai

artist painter painting Agustin Sirai

artist painter painting Agustin Sirai













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



  • Pablo

    Nice Nice! I liked your work, very much. The first and third are my favorites. Keep the good work going!

    Saludos desde Tierra del Fuego!

  • Floating in space, gorgeous!

  • Loved the 3!!

  • Fascinated Fool

    Those are some straight-up, fantastically wonderful landscapes. I must play a D&D-style game using this same style for the environment, it’s just gorgeous!

  • lapetitefaon

    oh man I wish the last one was a wallpaper! its stunning!

  • Too true fascinated fool, the landscapes are remeniscant of video game levels but the cut trees bring a disturbing realism to them.

  • Amazing, I’d love to see them close up!

  • A Paradis

    It is beautilful images. It is also really close to this landscape paintings made by Sea Hyun Lee: http://www.union-gallery.com/content.php?page_id=2784&offset=1





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Gold-Fused Sculptures Made From Remnants of Shattered Porcelain

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