02.01.14 by Jeff

Guy Yanai

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Paintings by Guy Yanai. More paintings and a video below.

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More paintings by Guy Yanai

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



  • Jay T. Doggzone

    i like these shapes and colours

    • i think the third one is my favourite if it was a real plant i would like to place my hand on it

  • Louie Neale

    Ordinary objects in a flattened world, not flattened objects in an ordinary world. I like the size and squareness of the canvasses, and the video is great. Thanks Jeff from New Zealand

  • tyrannosaurus_rek

    I think the stronger pieces take natural shapes and make them geometric, while the geometric shapes lose their meaning and connection to the real world things they represent.

  • Michael Booker

    I’m jealous of the simplicity in work like this. These are great!

  • SHIR

    Guy Yanay is the new decorative design that’s looks like art. It’s
    so likable in the bad sense and no matter how many good artists are around in
    this show, he will still stay sweet and shallow.

    • SHIR

      GUY YANAY=IKEA DRESSED LIKE ART





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