24.06.08 by Jeff

Yasmine Surovec

Yasmine Surovec may have the coolest blog on the internet… You could argue that she doesn’t (she really does) but it would be hard to argue that there is a more dedicated illustrator/blogger out there. He blog A Print A Day is pretty self-explanatory – she posts one of her prints per day. Her latest series of “terrariums” are gorgeous.

On her blog she says that she pretty much inherited her talents as her father is an architect and her mother an interior designer/animator and best of all, she works on every single illustration at night before bed. I think I am in love. I realise that is very unprofessional of me but it’s my site I can say what I want.

Head on over to A Print A Day and say hello!













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



  • jorge

    t-shirt time!

    cool illustrations

  • I 1000% agree. I absolutely love everything she does. It amazes me what she creates every night when the rest of us are asleep. She’s beyond talented.

  • aw. thanks man.

    ;)
    yasmine

  • Amazing art, totally captivated me as I scrolled through your website. Thank you for sharing it with everyone. Just very clever.

  • maan

    Hi Hiyas! Amazing! Sobra! :D

  • Snowmanwilly

    how do i get invited to the blog?





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