27.02.09 by Jeff

Marco Cibola

Illustrations by Marco Cibola.

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marco cibola illustrator illustration editorial

marco cibola illustrator illustration editorial

marco cibola illustrator illustration editorial

marco cibola illustrator illustration editorial

marco cibola illustrator illustration editorial

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



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  • I love the first image. Seeing it again reminded me that there was a time when I wanted to customize it for a tattoo.

  • I really enjoyed these, thanks!

  • this guy is totally one of my professors. I’m a Sheridan Illustration student. Out of all of the professors work, Marco has some of the stuff I like most.

  • damn, i love his work. beena big fan for a long time.

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  • Wow, super cool! This guys works is exceptional.

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  • I love this guy’s style. It’s so fresh, and innovative.

  • i like this, so much, realy grat illustration 🙂 XOXO

  • Cat

    i have him for my illustration class ;p it’s great!





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