07.01.09 by Jeff

Hope Gangloff

Awesome ink illustrations and acrylic paintings by Hope Gangloff.

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hope gangloff art artist illustrator drawing illustration

hope gangloff art artist illustrator drawing illustration

hope gangloff art artist illustrator drawing illustration

hope gangloff art artist illustrator drawing illustration

hope gangloff art artist illustrator drawing illustration













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



  • woah. this is amazing. i love the detail. colours are nice too. top one i think is the best.

  • Tess

    I love these, especially the last two. In particular, I enjoy that the second to last one, the close up of the two men. I like how it appears that they are being seen as I would see them in passing on a crowdewd street or something.

  • truly inspiring work here. ink has such a vivid effect on the eyes

  • Ed van Schlek

    it appears, i know this style from award winning http://www.silkewerzinger.de

  • Love all of these… especially the texture detail put into each one.

  • Loving the line-work in the beards, and really classic use of colour and texture.

  • Wonderful stuff!

  • areoneoh

    can’t beat the color, looks great/raw.

  • awesome awesome awesome!

    🙂

  • gonz

    Remindsme to Egon Schiel, wich is grate.

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