08.10.08 by Jeff

Nicolas Burrows

Found a whole pile of outstanding work by Nicolas Burrows – this first one pretty much sums up my life for the past couple years. The top of his page says Illustration but there is a lot of stuff on there that sorta meanders out of that realm. I particularly like his typeset made from discarded pieces of construction paper.

If that didn’t inspire you, nothing I post will!

http://www.nicolasburrows.co.uk/













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



  • These are so great and yes that first one I can relate all to well, glad I am not the only one. LOL

  • that first piece was in colab with http://www.jvallee.com/ a great and young graphic designer ! check it out !





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