19.12.11 by Jeff

Zhang Huan

Sculptures by artist Zhang Huan
Sculptures by Zhang Huan.

Sculptures by artist Zhang Huan

Sculptures by artist Zhang Huan

Sculptures by artist Zhang Huan

Sculptures by artist Zhang Huan

Sculptures by artist Zhang Huan

Sculptures by artist Zhang Huan

Sculptures by artist Zhang Huan

Sculptures by artist Zhang Huan

Sculptures by artist Zhang Huan

Sculptures by artist Zhang Huan

Sculptures by artist Zhang Huan

Sculptures by artist Zhang Huan

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



  • joey

    the sheer size and minute detail makes these amazing

  • jessica

    I didn’t get all the way to the website, but the second one is so reminiscent of the “Spirited Away” aesthetic that I can’t help but love it.

  • michelle ruby

    Wow! These are amazing!

  • ami

    wow…just WOW. Would love to see these in person.
    I love these sculptures and I just went to his website and he has a variety of works! Very thought provoking.

  • This artist is just brilliant. I’m looking at all his works on his website and yes, i love everything. Very deep and provocative!

  • Don’t see enough sculptures here. :) These are stunning!

  • lapetitefaon

    ohmygodohmygodohmygodohmygod so happy to see Zhang Haun on Booooooom! He is my absolute ultimate favorite artist of all time (ermm tied with Cattelan!)Annnnd everyone who lives in NY should go to Storm to King to see THIS piece: http://www.stonypointcenter.org/mediagallery/mediaobjects/disp/0/0_storm_king.bmp But yes, good work Jeff!





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