27.12.13 by Jeff

Marcel Cowling

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Watercolour paintings by Marcel Cowling. London. Submitted via the Booooooom Tumblr.


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



  • ana

    WOW. one of the best posts I’ve seen for a while. What skill, a a real sensitivity for watercolor. I love the second and Third one, as well as the videos on his website.

  • agree with Ana on the sensitivity, watercolour has interesting properties and its great to see it being pushed further. I really like the last one its like a overly developed photograph/ or a faded one. When I look through these I feel as if I’m walking around someone’s house, not abandoned but maybe moving out / in. I dunno I love work that builds a story in my head. :)

    • ya ive always liked the uneveness of watercolour, how the paints pools a little more in some areas





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