28.10.08 by Jeff

Dan McPharlin

I’ll continue with the Sci-Fi theme a bit – here’s some illustrations by Australian Dan McPharlin. I found out about McPharlin over on everyone’s favourite Sci-Fi blog: Sci-Fi-O-Rama.

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dan mcpharlin sci fi art illustration illustrator design blog boooom

dan mcpharlin sci fi art illustration illustrator design blog boooom

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



  • Wow, I’ve never seen the work of Dan McPharlin, most excellent.

  • dope postings on the recents – i’m totally facinated with sci fi art

  • yea i’d never heard of him either. i get tired of alot of sci fi/fantasy stuff actually. there’s only so much Frazetta one needs to see but as you can tell by the main Booooooom header i am a fan of Syd Mead.

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  • Ben

    so rad

  • Robin

    Just in case you are too young to know, the style is very similar to Roger Dean’s work. I’m sure that is entirely deliberate and meant as more of an homage than a rip off.
    Very nice stuff here. Thanks for sharing.





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