17.05.12 by Jeff

Scott Scheidly

Artist painter Scott Scheidly
“Fabulous” paintings by Scott Scheidly debuting at Spoke Art this week!

Artist painter Scott Scheidly

Artist painter Scott Scheidly

Artist painter Scott Scheidly

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



  • Twacos

    I am in love. These are witty, masterful and wonderful in every way. Great commentary (very silly) and great skill.

  • love this for the lulz

  • hitler looks like the actor that played him. not the real one

    • Dead_C

      You’re right on with that one. It was originally created for a Quentin Tarantino-themed art exhibit.

  • Cro-magnon

    That’s not Hitler!

  • this is not hitler. its martin wuttke the actor of adolf hitler in inglorious bastards.

  • Michael

    all i could think was each one saying “Darling” in an increasingly-camp Brooklyn accent

  • What, no Mao Tse-Tung??

  • lepetitfaon

    the first really resonates with me, the others not so much, but the first, those heart sunglasses! that frame! The fact that old Kim is smiling! Its so good!





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