26.01.12 by Jeff

Ever

Artist Nicolás Santiago Romero Escalada aka Ever
Paintings by Nicolás Santiago Romero Escalada aka Ever. Argentina.

Artist Nicolás Santiago Romero Escalada aka Ever

Artist Nicolás Santiago Romero Escalada aka Ever

Artist Nicolás Santiago Romero Escalada aka Ever

Artist Nicolás Santiago Romero Escalada aka Ever

Artist Nicolás Santiago Romero Escalada aka Ever

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



  • Nicolás’style is dope!! All i can think of is “Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder.” Either way his compositions are dope.

  • sciosis.

    yay! I love ever. I’ve had the pleasure of meeting him a few times and I always love seeing his work around the city.

  • I dig the pop-art style
    in which he digs up political figures and stereotypes and makes them look/create on a dreamy
    colorful landscape
    built by their imagination.
    It holds meaning yet works with simple and beautiful arrangements you’d expect on street-art and pop-art works.

  • These are really great! the use of the eyes as a gateway to the, soul as abstract shapes and patterns, kind of imagery is great stuff.





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