17.09.08 by Jeff

Ryan Berkley

I meant to post about this earlier, I got my Cheetah print from Ryan Berkley! Now I just gotta go out and get a frame for it! “After cataract surgery ten years ago, this cheetah realized that an eyepatch can be a real conversation starter with the ladies. His eye has long since healed but his social calendar remains quite full.” Can’t say enough about this stuff – make sure you swing by the Berkley Illustration Etsy page!

I noticed some new prints went up this month as well! Take a look at them below!

Etsy: Berkley Illustraion

Berkley blog: http://letsshare.typepad.com/













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



  • haha thats sooo wicked! It would be really dope if animals and insects dressed in suits with a bow tie in life lol.

  • don’t they?

  • haha possibly? penguins and dogs for sure. lol

  • HA! I’ve got that exact print sitting 2 feet from me on my wall. love it. glad to hear u got yours.

  • Jon

    Sweet. I’ve got four of his prints. Rabbit, Cat, Tiger, and the Grackle/Crow. Love it.

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