30.01.09 by Jeff

Andrew Gordon

Artwork by Andrew Gordon (most of which is quite colourful, but I really liked these drawings). My holga is collecting dust on my shelf too!

andrew gordon illustrator illustration artist painter drawing

andrew gordon illustrator illustration artist painter drawing

andrew gordon illustrator illustration artist painter drawing

andrew gordon illustrator illustration artist painter drawing

andrew gordon illustrator illustration artist painter drawing

andrew gordon illustrator illustration artist painter drawing

andrew gordon illustrator illustration artist painter drawing













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



  • the tree on fire, yes.

  • Anna

    then present it to me :p
    i’ve been dreaming about it for aprx 1 year… ^_^

  • monika

    haha, I have a shelf of dust-collecting cameras too. mostly weird, plastic, obsolete japanese ones that i’d have to scour the earth to find film for. good to know i’m not the only one.

  • really nice
    last image is clare rojas/margaret killagen-esque (my fave female artists)

  • *edit yea! agree – a little Barry Mcgee/margaret killagen video for anyone interested (my message got messed up when i tried to post this video link):
    http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-9020381880076188853
    i should post about them in the future!

  • Hi everyone, thank you for the kind write up, and comments. The Beautiful Losers guys do a lot of work that I love, and the guitar is a small tribute to Clare Rojas and Margaret Killagen!

  • fantastic stuff andrew! love the direction your work is heading

  • I love the stolen camera!

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  • reallly like ;)





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