28.09.11 by Jeff

Julian Callos

Paintings by Julian Callos.

Artist painter Julian Callos paintings

Artist painter Julian Callos paintings

Artist painter Julian Callos paintings

Artist painter Julian Callos paintings

Artist painter Julian Callos paintings













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



  • ben

    The colors and the composition are mad beautiful…

  • gorgeous! very captivating

  • f

    At first I thought its japanese comic art, but it’s more universal in a sheer beautiful way.

  • Ugh it’s too good!

  • it looks like inspired by stories of a japan writer, Hiromi Kawakami “Stepped on a Snake” !

  • Justin Nelson

    love the colors. 4th one down takes the cake for me.

  • oxi

    hermoso trabajo, un poco oscuro..pero lindo

  • lapetitefaon

    YES YES YES YES YESSSSSSSSSSSS I love the ones with the birds and the wounded boy, umm please make a comic Mr Callos, these are ridiculous

  • I love these. They really speak to me. I can’t wait to see more work from him.

  • rhi

    i love it these are so cool

  • Incredibly beautiful and sad.

  • ockGeorge

    love it very much!





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