22.12.08 by Jeff

Daniel Danger

Wonderful prints by Daniel Danger. For the most part they are wonderful but I have to be honest, this one creeps me out! My worst fear might be deep open water. In elementary school I remember someone having a Magic card with an illustration of a man in a rowboat in a small lake with a giant fish (literally the size of the entire lake) looking up from the bottom. Terrifying!

daniel danger screenprint poster illustration illustrator

daniel danger screenprint poster illustration illustrator

daniel danger screenprint poster illustration illustrator

daniel danger screenprint poster illustration illustrator

daniel danger screenprint poster illustration illustrator













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



  • Interesting and helpful post, keep em coming, thanks =-)

  • i have a fear of drowning and would be really cranky if that’s how i checked out of this life, especially driving off of a bridge. anyway, these prints have a beautifully dark mood – the greens are my favs because it don’t often think of green in that way.

  • hahah that is such a specific worst death – haha it would rank pretty high for me as well.

    reminds me of this story (dont worry its got a happy ending):
    http://www.cnn.com/2008/US/09/10/rescue.at.sea/index.html

    i would have drowned probably within an hour or two tops.

  • twentyfour

    Amazing.

  • Fabian

    Wow, I like the last one, lady with katana. It would be perfectly in my living room. Is there a chance to get it?

  • Wow, his stuff is really amazing!

  • Andrew

    Love it!

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