25.02.09 by Jeff

Thank You, Paper Bullet!

More goodies showed up in the mail, this time original artwork from Lisa Romero (Paper Bullet). More inspiration for that kids book I want to make! Thanks Lisa!

lisa romero paper bullet illustrator illustration

lisa romero paper bullet illustrator illustration













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



  • rnealan

    What did she use to make these?

  • its painted!

  • Skulls, flames, hearts… that’ll be one hell of a kid’s book! -B

    • haha more inspired by the style than the content

  • Sascha

    I love how she even glammed up the envelope for you. Nice work!

  • oh yay! you got it… rnealan, i use acrylics for my work. and Sascha, all of my envelopes are jazzed up. getting stuff in the mail is fun, but better when it’s made just for you.





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