24.09.12 by Jeff

Kate Russo

Drawings by artist Kate Russo
Coloured pencil drawings by Kate Russo.

Drawings by artist Kate Russo

Drawings by artist Kate Russo

Drawings by artist Kate Russo

Drawings by artist Kate Russo

Drawings by artist Kate Russo

Drawings by artist Kate Russo

Drawings by artist Kate Russo

Drawings by artist Kate Russo

Drawings by artist Kate Russo

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



  • I almost passed this by until the words colored pencil  caught my eye. Pretty crazy…

  • Sam_Olesen

    I can’t imagine how much patience it would take do one of these, not to mention several!

  • Brandon Wilson

    Yessssss!

  • fernando_m_romero

    Very interesting. It would be nice to know the real size of those pieces and how is she exhibiting them.

  • AlexDanchev

    These remind me of the work by Martin Thompson!
    Awesome

  • Mammoth and Company

    We will be exhibiting Ravel by Kate at Capsule Show (http://www.capsuleshow.com/) in New York, Sept. 15-17th. Come check out some of these mesmerizing prints in person! We are getting super excited to share some of Kate’s amazingly intricate work.





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