16.02.09 by Jeff

Raul Allen

Came across some great work on Behance by illustrator Raul Allen.

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raul allen illustration illustrator editorial books

raul allen illustration illustrator editorial books

raul allen illustration illustrator editorial books

raul allen illustration illustrator editorial books

raul allen illustration illustrator editorial books













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



  • nice work. I really like the depth in some of these and the mixture of patterns/decorative elements.

  • WOW! Verry cool, great pictures… Extreme trace works

    http://www.zxyproject.deviantart.com/

  • Love the line work and textured backgrounds.

  • Awesome. Those aren’t traced Jordano.

    Thanks Jeff.

  • Well… Behance certainely gained a star with you being there…I Like your illustrations so much, the atmosphere and the palette you use is really nice… my favourite in these fotos are the 1- the gal wid da falcons, and 2- the two gus going down da stairs

  • the second could be illustrating a Poe’s tale.

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