29.12.14 by Jeff

Hudson Christie

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It really wouldn’t be fair to simply refer to Hudson Christie as an illustrator. The award-winning Toronto-based artist creates his works by building fantastic little sculptures (which sometimes become funny little animations as well). Apologies for the dancing wiener but it’s too good to not be the first image. More work below.

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Hudson Christie’s Website

Hudson Christie on Tumblr

Hudson Christie on Instagram













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



  • So sweet ! Brilliant artwork !

  • Haha. Nice work!

  • hahaha, so fun!

  • wow

  • Sarfaraz Ansari

    wow! fantastic, nice work

  • Fun and awesome. And who could object to the dancing wiener?! ;)

    • JumpTheHype

      I know you couldn’t baby :-)

  • ninobenito

    haha. funny gifs.

  • Marta Ennes

    I love it!

  • hahaha, this is just great, so funny

  • ha ha ha this is cool





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Subject, Object, Abject (2006) – Chair, wooden shavings from chair legs

 

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