28.02.12 by Jeff

Brad Kunkle

Artist painter Brad Kunkle
Paintings by Brad Kunkle.

Artist painter Brad Kunkle

Artist painter Brad Kunkle

Artist painter Brad Kunkle

Artist painter Brad Kunkle

Artist painter Brad Kunkle

Artist painter Brad Kunkle

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



  • jimmy

    incredible, i love the simple strokes that add up to look like schools of fish :)

  • http://howiwonderoverzero.blogspot.com Todd

    Wow… arresting, beautiful, tranquil.

  • http://saywayday.blogspot.com S.Wadey

    meticulous detail.. wowzers.

  • http://stephenaman.com stephen

    Nothing short of exquisitely well executed. I like the fusion of abstract elements. This guy worships at the altar of Bougerou and Jean Delville.

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  • http://www.sradnidge.com sr

    the first one reminds me of The Virgin Suicides… love these!

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/55029639@N03/ nat cann

    god damn these are good … His brush work is just superb

  • Kelsey

    Wow. What I love the most about this guy’s work is the use of the gold leaf to provide two different looks depending on light…it’s beautiful and dynamic!

  • http://okasha.daportfolio.com Dalton Sjogren

    4th one down is my absolute favorite!, I just recently found out about him through tumblr. Really amazing stuff.

  • http://www.mattiaskall.se Mattias

    Really nice pictures!

  • http://www.AmyGuidry.com Amy Guidry

    Really nice work- reminds me of Klimt

  • lapetitefaon

    dear god, such talent

  • jjuron

    these are really mind blowing.





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