08.02.12 by Jeff

Nathan Ford

Artist painter Nathan Ford
Paintings by Nathan Ford.

Artist painter Nathan Ford

Artist painter Nathan Ford

Artist painter Nathan Ford

Artist painter Nathan Ford

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



  • uhm.. these are ridiculous

  • Morgan

    I love these so much.

  • I like how much these are about being made from paint.

  • These are absolutely stunning, the way the lights and shadows are painted is really beautiful

  • These are awesome. Surreal feeling but the subject is so real. Nice.

  • alinazarzar

    A gorgeous work of light/shadow, and the colour as well. Love it

  • I love this. Sort of reminds me of Whistler a bit. Very cool.

  • ami

    Yay Nathan Ford! I love his work.

  • Digging these! A UK Brett Amory?

  • really like the subtle chiaroscuro

  • lapetitefaon

    ahhhh soooo good, love…are those kangaroos?

  • _whyy

    these make me smell rain

  • Loving the sheep and fireflies.

  • Charlotte Mabbett

    These are incredible, really moving pieces of work, so very delicate, Im going to attempt to paint in a similar style. x

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  • Ben Y

    These are amazing. They remind me of Glasgow where I live.

  • Incredible.

  • Very inspiring





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