02.01.09 by Jeff

Guilherme Dietrich

Guilherme Dietrich’s sketchbook pages.

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guilherme dietrich art artist sketchbook

guilherme dietrich art artist sketchbook

guilherme dietrich art artist sketchbook

guilherme dietrich art artist sketchbook

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



  • Love it!

  • yea i like seeing them all laid out like this!

  • lisa currie

    gosh. these are awesome. reminds me to create for myself rather than an audience. that’s when the magic happens!

  • Guilherme Dietrich

    thanks !!!

  • keep up the great work Guilherme!

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  • Maria

    eeei guilherme, é tu? amigo do meu irmao no colégio, Rafael Cavalcanti?
    serio,se for que coincidencia hahah tava viajando pela internet e por acaso cai aqui. que loucura!
    mas se nao for tb, teus desenhos sao lindos igual! gosto muito do desenho livre – com coração – pelo visto, como eh o teu jeito… PARABÉNS mesmo, são muito inspiradores!
    (se tiver um tempo responde pro meu email!beijo)

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  • Cristina germann

    Guilherme,
    este teu trabalho é de ficar horas olhando, e sempre descobrindo algo novo. parabéns mil vezes

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  • The besttt!!!

  • adrien

    amazing work, it’s so cool and unique, congrats!





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