28.10.11 by Jeff

Vincent Kohler

“Turnaround”, baseball bat sculptures by Vincent Kohler.

Baseball bats by artist Vincent Kohler turnaround sculptures

Baseball bats by artist Vincent Kohler turnaround sculptures

Baseball bats by artist Vincent Kohler turnaround sculptures

Baseball bats by artist Vincent Kohler turnaround sculptures

Baseball bats by artist Vincent Kohler turnaround sculptures

Baseball bats by artist Vincent Kohler turnaround sculptures

Baseball bats by artist Vincent Kohler turnaround sculptures

Baseball bats by artist Vincent Kohler turnaround sculptures

Baseball bats by artist Vincent Kohler turnaround sculptures

Baseball bats by artist Vincent Kohler turnaround sculptures

Baseball bats by artist Vincent Kohler turnaround sculptures

Baseball bats by artist Vincent Kohler turnaround sculptures

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



  • Joseph

    These are awesome. Some are almost, or definitely futuristic. I could imagine the future of baseball with all different custom made strange looking bats, like these..

  • Wybjorn

    i would like to own… all of these

  • toastrander

    I love the picture with all of them together.

  • Love this idea.

  • The one that goes from the roots to the top of the bat…what a genius idea, and what an amazing execution. They all look amazing.

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  • fuckin amazing.

  • lapetitefaon

    I love the tree branch one, these are great!





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