20.10.08 by Jeff

Andy Chung

Allow me to introduce some local talent, Vancouver-based Andy Chung! Andy submitted a skateboard design to Project #4 which led me to his website and the rest, as they say, is history (and by history I mean I snooped around his website, grabbed a few images and wrote this little blurb – I thought it sounded cooler the other way). Andy is currently in his fourth year at Emily Carr, the same art school (now University) I graduated from.

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design andy chung vancouver art emily carr booooooom blog

design andy chung vancouver art emily carr booooooom blog

design andy chung vancouver art emily carr booooooom blog

design andy chung vancouver art emily carr booooooom blog

design andy chung vancouver art emily carr booooooom blog

This last one is a close up of his board graphic for Project #4. The small image in the gallery doesn’t do it justice.

http://andychung.ca













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



  • I’m a Math major, so the Pascal’s Triangle ones are great!

  • Wow! His work is just incredible!! Love it!

  • Good stuff, I like the drawings

  • James ElWhy aka CHESTAH

    YES!!!! i was tryin to use my, “enhance…enhance….enhance…” function on my keyboard to get a better look at the RAM deck. Bedy NICE! Hustlin’ is the shit and the urine…cause everyday im hustlin.. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kLDitGAUrno

  • so good!





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