13.10.14 by Jeff

Luke Ramsey

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I was walking down West 4th last week and ran into my bud Luke Ramsey, painting a little mural out front of what will soon be the Patagonia Vancouver shop. I love everything he makes! This one was inspired by the movement of a circulatory system, and if you’re in Vanvouver it’s at 4th and Maple. More images below.

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Luke Ramsey’s Website

 













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



  • Joey Verano

    I like the before, and definitely the after. Great idea for a piece too.

  • Steven

    jeff, i agree! everything he touches is golden.

    what a happy surprise to bump into Luke! Is this going to be taken down after the store is finished?





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