23.12.08 by Jeff

Stefan Venbroek

Diggin’ this illustration of Thom Yorke by Stefan Venbroek. I found out about Venbroek flipping through the latest issue of Blanket.

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



  • like i’ve said before, great great catch. the ink skills on stefan are crazy. reposted/linked at http://www.m2newyork.com/post/66451773/stefan-venbroek-svs-penmanship-is-so-hard-he.

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  • more&more

    omg!
    thom^^
    fantastic!!

  • Micah Lockhart

    Hello

    I am asking, in exchange for a bottle of belly button lint for an invite to ffffound.com, on top of it I’ll throw in a publication of your artwork in my magazine.

    Cheers a doodle doo,

    Micah

    PLease!

    • for whatever reason ffffound doesn’t give out more than one invite per member – you wouldn’t believe how many emails i get every week asking for invites – if i had invites to give believe me i would!

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  • Austin

    that is pretty amazing! talent!





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