19.01.09 by Jeff

Mr Jago

Saw some work on Jago’s site I hadn’t seen before.

mr jago painting painter illustration illustrator

mr jago painting painter illustration illustrator

mr jago painting painter illustration illustrator

mr jago painting painter illustration illustrator

mr jago painting painter illustration illustrator

mr jago painting painter illustration illustrator

mr jago painting painter illustration illustrator

mr jago painting painter illustration illustrator













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



  • Kyle N

    4th from the top is deeeep, nice find.

  • I prefer his older work but it’s really cool to see him evolve while still staying true to his original creations.

  • i really like his old stuff too but that top image is crazy, its like stained glass, would love to see that style pushed even further

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  • Change is good.

  • Miss A

    Those are super cool!

  • daniel loner

    i love your paintings





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