10.09.08 by Jeff

Matt Taylor

I’ve dug up some great illustrations by Matt Taylor for you today. Matt is from the UK and according to my google analytics so are a lot of you, so I’d just like to say – WASSUP EUROPE – I see you.

This last image is actually a tileable wallpaper – if you dig around his blog you can find a bigger size:

http://www.matttaylor.co.uk/blog













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



  • cool stuff, like the wallpaper.

  • neat work

  • Jessie Cacciola

    woah.

  • Shinead

    good stuff.

  • sweet

  • Love it. Def. a sweet ass desktop. :)

  • great work here. the top image is super

  • Justin

    looks like he spent too much time looking at Ray Frenden’ s background (http://frenden.com/)





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