16.09.08 by Jeff

Geoff McFetridge & Huck!

Geoff McFetridge and Huck Magazine just released a great little t-shirt! You better hurry up and buy if you wanna snag one of the 75 tees. Huck Magazine also sat down with McFetridge for an interview. “It seems clear to me that all tricks are inside you just as much as all drawings are inside you. Everything else on the outside is just in the way.” – McFetridge, latest HUCK.

Hit more to see the tee and some more drawings!

http://www.huckmagazine.com/

http://www.solitaryarts.com/

http://www.championdontstop.com/













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



  • hahah thats a wicked tee & his stuff is so dope yet simple! Man that last quote is crazy. Its so true! Too bad we can’t draw with our minds and it would appear right on the paper; now that’d be sick.

  • yea i love how simple and playful his drawings are, almost like a freestyle or stream of consciousness. he talks about being inspired by Egon Schiele’s contour method in the interview! Lots of great quotes in there.





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