14.10.08 by Jeff

Gemma Correll

Gemma Correll posted her work to the Booooooom Facebook Group and kinda cut right to the front of the line for the drinking fountain. I always have 10 or so things lined up to post about but her posted item caught my eye and now here she is. Would love to see this stuff animated, especially the more collagey work.

http://www.gemmacorrell.com













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



  • Nice! I love the girl riding the bike for some reason.

  • Great stuff, I can definitely see this animated too!

  • aw muchos gracias!
    you can see a couple of mini animations on my flickr photostream (www.flickr/people/gemmacorrell)…

  • Dig the works… nice colors and style. I love the girl and the little bear (animal in the water)

  • My name is Valen Paulucci from Atypica magazine. A print
    design/fashion/music/trend print mag from Argentina.

    We really really REALLY like your work, and would like to invite you to collab with Atypica with such a lovely draws!
    Next issue is about “good neighbours”. Perhaps, you have something o would like to do some stuff, that we can publish.
    I leave you my work mail.
    Thanks a lot.

    Kisses!
    Valen





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