16.04.12 by Jeff

Christina Empedocles

Drawings by artist Christina Empedocles
Drawings by Christina Empedocles.

Drawings by artist Christina Empedocles

Drawings by artist Christina Empedocles

Drawings by artist Christina Empedocles

Drawings by artist Christina Empedocles

Drawings by artist Christina Empedocles

Drawings by artist Christina Empedocles

Drawings by artist Christina Empedocles

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



  • TOASTRANDER

    cool stuff.. similar to Escher. I especially like the last two with the crumpled paper. 

  • Bob

    The birds in flight are stunning.The much maligned crows beautiful.





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