19.12.08 by Jeff

Matthew Woodson

Before I started this site I had a much smaller blog on another site and Matthew Woodson was one of the first artists I blogged about. He is one of my favourite illustrators. I dropped by his portfolio this week and found a bunch of new work since I’d last stuck my nose in.

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matthew woodson art artist illustration illustrator

matthew woodson art artist illustration illustrator

matthew woodson art artist illustration illustrator

matthew woodson art artist illustration illustrator

matthew woodson art artist illustration illustrator

matthew woodson art artist illustration illustrator

matthew woodson art artist illustration illustrator

matthew woodson art artist illustration illustrator













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



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  • dale

    This is really great work! Love the snow scene, the cold red fingers, knuckle tattoos, the joint, but the Teen Wolf looking girl a few pics down gives me the creeps.

    Looking at his site shows that the snow scene and the girl below were two separate pieces, together they tell a completely different story. So I guess she doesn’t have cold hands… I like them as one piece. So, way to stick them together jeff. :)

  • Jolin

    dope stuff – fairly dark images.

  • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

    yea definitely dark –

    Dale, yea when I looked at how I had laid them out it was like a serendipitous moment – those two drawings fit together so well.

  • http://www.abart.co.kr animabase

    Wow, Mattew’s artworks are great.

  • http://justwhoisdanshin.blogspot.com dan

    do i recognize wong kar wai’s in the mood for love? gorgeous

  • Parita

    yeah, this guy graduated from the school of the art institute of chicago. that really excited me about him.

  • Ob3ron

    This are some really cool pieces of illustrations.
    @Dan: got it, that’s in the mood for love with some color changes 😉

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  • GaRRRRRRRRRg!

    These are all very dynamic pieces. Its a good blend of a seemingly comic style with traditional illustration.

  • http://gruztec.ru/ gruztec.ru

    Great work!!! The second photos is my favorite!!!!

  • http://www.jessemorrisart.com Jesse Morris

    The guy stopping to think about having a drink is my favorite. Either he does not agree with the taste, or he may not have time to finish it, or something is in the bottom of the cup.

  • Don Mingo

    Really amazing! Great works!!





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