04.02.14 by Jeff

Joao Ruas

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Incredible new works by Joao Ruas, from his solo show “VERSO” at Thinkspace Gallery.


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Joao Ruas’s Website

Joao Ruas on Tumblr

Interview by Zach Tutor on Juxtapoz













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



  • Michael Booker

    These are too dope! The first one is everything!

  • rghayati

    Love his work. The show is probably gonna be one of 2014’s best.

  • Very cool work.

  • Ethan Lillie

    joao indeed

  • kristenhatgi

    Awesome

  • lucien

    That’s a great job!

  • Reminiscent of Austin Osman Spare, but with a clarity. So awesome.

  • Philippe Grenade XIV

    Incredible & mythological.

  • Beautiful work.





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