12.02.09 by Jeff

Morgan Blair

Pages from Morgan Blair’s sketchbook and other awesome stuff.

morgan blair sketchbook drawing illustration painting

morgan blair sketchbook drawing illustration painting

morgan blair sketchbook drawing illustration painting

morgan blair sketchbook drawing illustration painting

morgan blair sketchbook drawing illustration painting

morgan blair sketchbook drawing illustration painting

morgan blair sketchbook drawing illustration painting

morgan blair sketchbook drawing illustration painting

morgan blair sketchbook drawing illustration painting

morgan blair sketchbook drawing illustration painting

morgan blair sketchbook drawing illustration painting













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



  • haha the current image in the “active project” looks like it could be the same guy that’s in the top image, just lying down.

  • I can get down with this!

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  • omg jeff you’re right. that is hilarious

    i wish my sketchbook looked like this
    *renewed motivation*

  • so hot. that pink marker nose and lion’s breath is pure amazingness.

  • word.
    more RISD props.

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  • a friend

    morgans a chick, yall.

  • i don’t know if anyone else assumed morgan was a guy other than the comment above! she is amazing!

  • OMG! i just love the second painting, its AWESOME! the 8 is great too and the last one! uh! its just sick!

  • stefania

    SHES A GIRL DUMB ASSES. AND A FUCKING KICK ASS ARTIST.

  • stefania

    “13:02:09 MORGAN BLAIR « BRAIN IMAGINATION BRAIN:
    […] February 13, 2009 by michaeltobias If you’re looking for inspiration, head over to morganblair.com. He’s the freelance illustrator whose sketchbook is featured in this BOOOOOOOM post! […]”

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  • Sean

    If you live in Orlando you can see some of Morgan’s stuff in person until mid-August at The Neon Forest gallery (neonforestgallery.com) in the Creative Natives show.





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