08.02.14 by Jeff

Philip Lavelle


Paintings by Philip Lavelle. Found via February Submissions.













Philip Lavelle’s Website

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

  • Anh Tran

    Boom! For real!

  • RosannaG

    Interesting work, I’m intrigued.

  • Mistfeats

    Congrats, this is really awesome

  • ninobenito

    i love these

  • Grace Cote

    I just saw 2001: A Space Odyssey last night and now I feel like I’m back in the pod with Dave flying through Jupiter and “beyond the infinite.” These are surprisingly complex and organic despite their rigid dimensionality. Thanks for sharing!

  • artfreak

    Looks like space and space crafts indeed. http://www.jellart.com

  • Nigel Sullivan

    awesome stuff phil!! you da bomb

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