17.09.08 by Jeff

Cesar Moreno

Surfing around the net the other day I came across some fantastic music-related illustrations by Cesar Moreno. This poster, a tribute to Radiohead, is available for the bargain basement price of $12 on Cesar’s website right now. Incredible!

http://www.1978.com.mx/

via: CPLUV













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



  • sickk i ‘d love to have some of that stuff up on my wall.

  • Fantastic work!

  • Julio

    WOW that first piece is amazing.I would also love those on my wall.

  • that is awesome work. I think I’m gonna contact him and see if he would like to take part in our site when the bugs get fixed.

  • Why do I want sardines now ?

  • Yeah!!! I dig the one at the top the most… fresh works!

  • wow these are tight! would love to have that up on the wall….i like the last two a lot

  • hey
    yo tengo el poster d radiohead de la cara de thom yorke
    firmado por ed o brian , collin y jony greenwod
    bueno yo y un cuate
    estuvimos fuera del otel condesa en la ciudad de mexico!
    grasia spro ahcer tan bello poster…
    tocamos en el tributo a radiohead y pues croe que fue nuestra paga el poster solamente.
    hihi peor lo firmaron al final asi que supongo que vale mas que todo el hilvana club
    jaja

    slaudos

  • mandarossirros

    great snaaz..n pzzass

  • outstanding!





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