08.07.08 by Jeff

The E.T. Collection.

Scott C. is your new favourite illustrator. You have no choice. Here is a sampling of his “E.T. Collection”:


Scott also draws a great little comic, over here:

http://www.doublefine.com/news.php/comics/sc/

(I like all the other smaller comic he adds up in the margin – check out #568 – “Chocolate Cube”)













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



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  • TWO-PENCE

    These are awesome enough without the inclusion of skeletor.. EPIC!

    Need to buy me one of those prints if I can find them!! Thanks for the heads up.

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  • http://daveandthomas.net dave and thomas

    Very nice and well done. We need more…

  • http://sara-christine.blogspot.com Sara Christine

    These are RAD. You’re right, you have no choice.

  • http://alexiskaneshiro.com Alexis

    I love Scott C! Glad to see him here.

  • angela

    haha,i love this,so much imagination





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