14.02.13 by Jeff

Eva Vermeiren

Eva Vermeiren collage
Beautiful collages by Eva Vermeiren. See more below!

Eva Vermeiren collage

Eva Vermeiren collage

Eva Vermeiren collage

Eva Vermeiren collage

eva vermeiren

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



  • tass

    КГ/АМ

  • nick name

    ” beautiful “

  • Joe

    and what’s so wonderful about it? it might sound cruel but
    DRUNK monkey can do a lot of stuff like this.

  • น้ำ

    สวยนิดน้อย

  • untz

    i dont think these pieces are any less interesting just because a drunk monkey could make something similar. i believe its important not to underestimate any kind of creativity, you never know what it might inspire in the consius human mind, also creativity is in our nature, like a life force. all of nature develops in its own creation, and everyone and everything is part of that, even a drunk monkey, and why would a monkey get drunk, it likes bananas.

    • Emile

      exectly

  • J




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