20.01.14 by Jeff

Alex Lukas

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All kinds of new work by artist Alex Lukas. More below.


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



  • ana

    Wow. Amazing. someday’s it’s really important to check “booooooom”, it inspires me to “keep my game up”. jeezzze.

    I love this guys work.

  • Monsoonking

    I like this evolution from his “sunken world” works.

  • They are like pages from a graphic novel without the words, how the different pieces are boxed in, I wonder if I should be reading them the Western comic way or the Eastern Manga way!

  • tom

    that sure looks like a swastika in the first painting

  • Shay

    Really good stuff.

  • Sven Davis

    Proud to be showing Alex’s work in his current solo exhibition with Breeze Block Gallery, where in addition to a new set of original works, he released a new print portfolio and also a new artist book / ‘zine. Details can be found here:

    http://breezeblockgallery.com/2013/11/10/jan-g1-alex-lukas/

    Thanks for featuring this great artist Jeff!





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