02.01.09 by Jeff

Ron Wimberly / D-Pi

Brooklyn-based illustrator Ron Wimberly a.k.a. D-Pi. The Asian-infused hip hop style reminds me a bit of Bagger43.

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ron wimberly d-pi illustration illustrator

ron wimberly d-pi illustration illustrator

ron wimberly d-pi illustration illustrator













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



  • HAPPY NEW YEAR GUYS!

    D-PI! He’s up there with my favourites! I put up a lot of urban tengu stuff with wheatpastes but then i found him on DeviantART one day and found out i was sharing ideas with him! his art is awesome, i love how flowing the overall style of his illos are.

  • DOPE!!!

  • I’ve been checking out his work for a bit now… super inspiring to me!

  • vuudoo

    i’m loving that perspective. happy new year jeff and the booooooom community.

  • mrmarkrobson

    this guy is great! i remember his contributions to static fish (pratt comic) were always a blast to check out

    Pratt kids FTW

  • that top image is great. really really good stuff here lately, keep it up jeff!

  • Awesome! Great post Jeff.

  • His shit is pure greatness.

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