02.12.11 by Jeff

Nicholas Galanin

Sculptures and installations by Nicholas Galanin.

Artist Nicholas Galanin

Artist Nicholas Galanin

Artist Nicholas Galanin

Artist Nicholas Galanin

Artist Nicholas Galanin

Artist Nicholas Galanin

Artist Nicholas Galanin

Artist Nicholas Galanin

Artist Nicholas Galanin

Artist Nicholas Galanin

Read more about his work here: galan.in

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



  • I love how these play with your eyes. Fantastic.

  • That dog thing is one of the most disturbing things I have seen on the internet. Ever.

    • I agree with you completely. It’s disturbing. The masks are interesting, but that wolf, or dog, is just wrong.

  • Hoffman

    It is very unpleasant and inhumane.

  • lapetitefaon

    the masks scare me to death, the wolf is beautiful, absolutely awestruck by the it, like Maurizo Cattelan’s taxidermy dogs taken up a hundred notches.

    I’m going to assume they didn’t kill the wolf just for the piece,(am I wrong to assume this?) I’m a vegetarian/animal lover and I still think the wolf piece is absolutely breathe taking!

  • Balal Naseer

    i want ten of the wolf pieces!!! XD





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