16.12.14 by Jeff

Mina Hamada


Works by Louisiana-born, Tokyo-raised, Barcelona-based artist Mina Hamada (no relation to me). More below.





mina-hamada02Collaboration with Zosen Besançon


mina-hamada03Collaboration with Zosen Besançon


mina-hamada07Collaboration with Zosen Besançon


mina-hamada08Collaboration with Zosen Besançon


mina-hamada09Collaboration with Zosen Besançon


Mina Hamada’s Website
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Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.

  • Anna Buckner

    Those first ones remind me of Tomokazu Matsuyama!

    • ninobenito

      yes. right. also reminds me of matsuyama.

  • Sam

    Oh wow — I was so looking forward to the announcement that you had an extremely talented secret wife. Regardless, I still love the colors and shapes of Ms. Hamada.

  • Alex Chavez

    Beautiful colors, awesome work!

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