19.12.08 by Jeff

Jean Jullien

Fantastic illustrations and paperwork by Jean Jullien. Just look at this first image – by my count there’s roughly 100,000 cool ideas in there.

jean jullien art artist paper design designer

jean jullien art artist paper design designer

jean jullien art artist paper design designer

jean jullien art artist paper design designer

jean jullien art artist paper design designer

jean jullien art artist paper design designer

jean jullien art artist paper design designer

jean jullien art artist paper design designer

jean jullien art artist paper design designer













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



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  • very playful. heart the illustrations.

  • WONDERFUL JOB

  • d

    very kevin lyons.

  • fun fun fun work … :) happy to enjoy them

  • hmmm…a bit Geoff Mcfetrige don’t you think?

    • i know mcfetridge does alot of continuous line drawings.. there is a little similarity.. in what way do you mean

  • Mr Hughes

    Yeh, very similar to McFetridges work. Which I love. But still the ideas behind the illustrations are (hopefully) genuinely his, which is the main thing. I really like them :)

  • d

    ditto to the mcfetridge comment.

    the ideas do seem pretty unique, but some of them seem to be just different iterations of ideas that have been running around. specifically: the eyes, and the idea of an image writing/working on itself (aka mcfetridges self-erasing pencil, which is the most basic and condensed manifestation of that idea).

    p.s. i’m not making these comments as a way of saying his work sucks or anything, it’s still visually beautiful. just talking conceptually.

  • JL

    Pics from the top are © Julien Lelievre.
    Thanks.

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  • a

    very creative

  • I LOVE IT A LOT

  • Michael Matusinec

    Awesome creation





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