04.10.12 by Jeff

Yue Wu at Le Salon

Artist Yue Wu drawing at Le Salon Atelier Galerie
My good friend Yue Wu has taken over Le Salon (Atelier Galerie) and has been drawing people for two weeks! I really wish I was in Paris for this! If you are, here’s the Facebook Event. It wraps up in two days but you might still be able to book a session!

Yue’s drawn some famous faces, Busy P, Breakbot – take a look below! PS I stole all these images from his Instagram, follow him @wuyue5.

Artist Yue Wu drawing at Le Salon Atelier Galerie

Artist Yue Wu drawing at Le Salon Atelier Galerie

Artist Yue Wu drawing at Le Salon Atelier Galerie

Artist Yue Wu drawing at Le Salon Atelier Galerie

Artist Yue Wu drawing at Le Salon Atelier Galerie

Artist Yue Wu drawing at Le Salon Atelier Galerie

Artist Yue Wu drawing at Le Salon Atelier Galerie

Artist Yue Wu drawing at Le Salon Atelier Galerie

Artist Yue Wu drawing at Le Salon Atelier Galerie

Artist Yue Wu drawing at Le Salon Atelier Galerie

Artist Yue Wu drawing at Le Salon Atelier Galerie

Artist Yue Wu drawing at Le Salon Atelier Galerie

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







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