16.04.14 by Jeff

Winnie Truong

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“Rites of Passage”, gorgeous new drawings by artist Winnie Truong currently up at Galleri Benoni (Copenhagen). Lots more below.


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Winnie Truong’s Website

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



  • Christen

    Yowzas! #4 stole my heart! These are amazing!

  • Fantastic! I love the yarn-like hair reminiscent of sowing & knitting, traditional feminine activities essential to the passage into womanhood… Bravo!

  • Tim Breese

    amazing

  • A.I

    may sound wild but these remind me of Bleach(manga) specifically the arrancar/hollow characters! Really well drawn!

  • ninobenito

    pure talent. very detailed work

  • michelle

    fabulous idea





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