23.02.09 by Jeff

John Hendrix

John Hendrix’s sketchbook.

john hendrix illustration illustrator sketch book drawing

john hendrix illustration illustrator sketch book drawing

john hendrix illustration illustrator sketch book drawing

john hendrix illustration illustrator sketch book drawing

john hendrix illustration illustrator sketch book drawing

john hendrix illustration illustrator sketch book drawing

john hendrix illustration illustrator sketch book drawing

john hendrix illustration illustrator sketch book drawing

john hendrix illustration illustrator sketch book drawing

john hendrix illustration illustrator sketch book drawing

john hendrix illustration illustrator sketch book drawing













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



  • http://www.zara-arshad.com Zara

    Wow, these are great!

  • http://www.harrietmcdougall.com Harriet

    Absolutely stunning pen work- great personality in these drawings.

  • http://sradnidge.com sr

    holy! My sketchbook looks like crap compared to this!

  • http://www.nokhookdesign.com nokhookdesign

    great! sketchbook

  • Monica

    This…is….wow.
    I love all of it, but particularly the dry bones dance. SKETCH? I WOULD SELL these works of art.

  • tanya_

    more than wow!!! i would say WOOOOOOOOW!!!

  • Laura

    This man is THE man.

  • http://www.facebook.com/oranit.vasabhuti Oranit Vasabhuti

    WoW!!! Fantastic.





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