09.01.13 by Jeff

Erosie

erosie pattern formation
In my opinion, a good project allows people of all skill levels to participate and produces something worth looking at. Sometimes it’s tricky to do both. Erosie’s recent murals in Osaka Japan do both beautifully. By using paper to mask certain areas, he was able to have kids contribute in a way that was structured but also completely unstructured. I love this idea, take a look below!

erosie pattern formation

erosie pattern formation

erosie pattern formation

erosie pattern formation

erosie pattern formation

erosie pattern formation

erosie pattern formation

erosie pattern formation

erosie pattern formation

erosie pattern formation

erosie pattern formation

erosie pattern formation

erosie pattern formation

erosie pattern formation

erosie pattern formation

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



  • Ariel Wilson

    What a great project. I develop art programs/projects for at-risk kids, and finding the balance between structured and unstructured is so tricky. Kudos to Erosie for finding such a phenomenal solution!





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