01.10.14 by Jeff

Tae Lee


Drawings and paintings by Korean-born artist Tae Lee. Found via the goldmine that is the September Submissions post. More below.



















Tae Lee’s Website

Tae Lee on Instagram

Tae Lee on Tumblr

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

  • Guest

    Great stuff… All 10 of them… I’d like to say that I can’t wait to see more but I think I have seen them all.


    • opps… hey we all make mistakes sometimes… : (

  • so sweet ! i like it !

  • Christopher Wallace

    has a show up at the BLUEorange gallery in Houston till the 16th

  • Sheryl

    I love these. They resemble a girl I was in love with, as well. Are these done in colored pencil? Or soft pastel? Or are they just very soft oil paintings? I cannot tell. If i had to guess, Id say colored pencil?

  • Rob Laufer

    so beautiful!

  • Melissa Garde


  • just saw this comment thanks for the kind words

  • double comment so ill double reply haha – love your work!

    • Oh my god, dude.

      This is so rad. I also saw what you did replying to all those people with attention and encouragement a couple of weeks back. You are like a patron saint for artists.

      Thanks for everything!!!

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26.05.17 by Jeff


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See more images of his incredible project below.

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