24.01.14 by Jeff

Naomi Okubo

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Paintings by artist Naomi Okubo, born in Tokyo, Japan. I am her biggest fan (albeit also her newest). Really wish I’d found her work sooner. Lots more below.


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



  • Kelly Rae

    I really really love this artwork. so amazing

  • Stef Wit A F

    i love these! a few of them look like photographs from a distance.

  • Anna Buckner

    I love the way she plays with patterns. Reminds me a bit of Matisse.

  • Michael Booker

    Love the abundance of pattern and color

  • Sol Sallee

    #gardenpunk

  • 和宏 安堂

    Umm..It makes me feel some cases of T.K.S.

  • Nasrin

    WoooOW….

  • Radhaika Kapur

    the overlap between dreams and reality

  • Love the repetition of the figures and them being lost in the patterns.

  • ninobenito

    yeah. i like that there’s a lot of things going on with each painting.

  • Fantastic works!





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