30.01.09 by Jeff

Mark Todd

Fantastic mixed media comic book covers by Mark Todd. I love the really distorted ones, so raw and oozing nostalgia – obviously created by someone with a real love of comics.

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todd mark illustration illustrator comic book mixed media distorted spray cel-vinyl

todd mark illustration illustrator comic book mixed media distorted spray cel-vinyl

todd mark illustration illustrator comic book mixed media distorted spray cel-vinyl

todd mark illustration illustrator comic book mixed media distorted spray cel-vinyl

todd mark illustration illustrator comic book mixed media distorted spray cel-vinyl

todd mark illustration illustrator comic book mixed media distorted spray cel-vinyl

todd mark illustration illustrator comic book mixed media distorted spray cel-vinyl

todd mark illustration illustrator comic book mixed media distorted spray cel-vinyl

todd mark illustration illustrator comic book mixed media distorted spray cel-vinyl

todd mark illustration illustrator comic book mixed media distorted spray cel-vinyl

todd mark illustration illustrator comic book mixed media distorted spray cel-vinyl

todd mark illustration illustrator comic book mixed media distorted spray cel-vinyl

todd mark illustration illustrator comic book mixed media distorted spray cel-vinyl

todd mark illustration illustrator comic book mixed media distorted spray cel-vinyl













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



  • there are so great.. i love the “fragments” part!

  • oh man, I love this! the colors, the mixed media, the perfectly controlled chaos. and the ghosts! the ghosts just put it all over the top. adding this guy to my favorites, thanks for the introduction…

  • wow! these are awesome :)

  • it’s great, i especially like the x-men cover. looks like he’s melting the plastic cover…

    wonder if mark todd was duplicating his favorite issues?

  • “obviously created by someone with a real love of comics” You said it. Very cool.

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  • pidgeonz21

    “Doc Oc Nuff Said” intense.

  • Ben

    ha, great stuff

    “nuff said” ….nuff said

  • These are incredible, love the experimental atmosphere of them!

    xoxo,
    S-C

  • delightful aesthetic! i really dig his use of white paint/pencil…

  • This is the kind of art that I would LOVE to look at the originals. So full of details, this particular artist just moved something in my heart.
    I love it.

  • AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Schnick

    Thank for share this http://www.picgora.com





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