06.02.12 by Jeff

Seungchun Lim

Sculptures by artist Seungchun Lim
Sculptures by Seungchun Lim.

Sculptures by artist Seungchun Lim

Sculptures by artist Seungchun Lim

Sculptures by artist Seungchun Lim

Sculptures by artist Seungchun Lim

Sculptures by artist Seungchun Lim

Sculptures by artist Seungchun Lim

Sculptures by artist Seungchun Lim

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



  • alinazarzar

    wow! This is like the comix “Black Hole” by Charles Burns but in sculptures! It is a bit uncomfortable…

    • Exactly! Right away in fact, particularily that little slit on the back..

  • Amazing! The second piece is my personal favorite!

  • Gabriel

    the first has a strong resemblance to Sloth (Goonies)

  • lapetitefaon

    YES YES YES!!! I love how the last one the man has three eyes and somehow it still appears as a subtly?! These are stunning

  • creeeeeepy

  • Kath

    I saw that last one in chicago from the street and I loved it. The gallery was closed so I never knew who it was until now. Thanks!





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