24.02.12 by Jeff

Pat Perry

Artist painter Pat Perry
Drawings and paintings by Pat Perry.

Artist painter Pat Perry

Artist painter Pat Perry

Artist painter Pat Perry

Artist painter Pat Perry

Artist painter Pat Perry

Artist painter Pat Perry

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



  • i like how you up’d his paintings as well, his drawings are amazing.

  • These are amazing..

  • the pencil drawings are so gorgeous.

  • One of my favorite artist, this guy creates beauty!

  • TOASTRANDER

    ya i like the drawings best

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  • Very cool! I love the sort of lost or jumbled feeling you get when you look at them…

  • Lindsey

    I love these so much, it kind of hurts.
    Dyingggg with love!!!

  • Love the one with the dogs! The colors and the composition are stunning!

  • lapetitefaon

    yep, adore the drawings the most!

  • Andrew McNeill

    Very interesting work. I love the thaught processes going on there. Would love to see more and perhaps a bio.

  • Squirrel Boy

    Pat!!! Hell yeah dude! So sick you’re on BOOOOOOOM. Your Michigan show last weekend was amazing. You work with some very talented people. Come back in to the shop for frames.

  • THESE ARE SOO PAINFULLY EXQUISITE. FUCK.

  • Glad to be introduced to his work. Lovely drawings. The second painting (#4) reminds me of the Hurricane Katrina aftermath.





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