15.09.08 by Jeff

Camilla d’Errico

More talent coming outta Vancouver. Camilla d’Errico is tearing up the manga/comic book scene right now and was another artist I had the privilege of sharing wall space with, during Brave Art. She has really developed her own style into something that I like to call “girls with animals on their heads” style. My favourite is this piece below “Eve”.

See more of Camilla’s work here:

http://www.camilladerrico.com













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



  • yea here work is dope, really unique stuff with the anime style, and throwing her own in it.

  • yea i like how she’s made it her own. are you the same jolin from hypebeast?

  • Yes! Super talented. I don’t normally go for too much of the anime thing(unless it’s Akira) but she takes it and twists it. Bottom piece is my fave.

  • yea im the same jolin and im the ian that talked to you yesterday and snagged a sticker from you haha

  • oh cool man i was gonna throw ya an email today you down at the shop again today?

  • ya im at west 4th right now haha

  • haha “hard at work”

  • sAkSeNaKeL

    Her stuff was at BraveArt in Vancouver. She’s really talented. Kind of like a mix between anime and porcelain dolls (with animals on their heads).

  • beautiful color choices. Love all of them.

  • alwaysontime

    The paintings are tremendously beautiful!! The colors make me want to eat them!! Love, love, love!!

  • Cassandra Toal

    Biggest Fan

  • very cool





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