02.03.09 by Jeff

Cody Hoyt

Rainbow coloured explosive goodness by Cody Hoyt.

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via: myloveforyou


cody hoyt drawing sketch illustration letter type

cody hoyt drawing sketch illustration letter type

cody hoyt drawing sketch illustration letter type

cody hoyt drawing sketch illustration letter type

cody hoyt drawing sketch illustration letter type

cody hoyt drawing sketch illustration letter type

cody hoyt drawing sketch illustration letter type

cody hoyt drawing sketch illustration letter type













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



  • Max Jue

    This guy just did a really awesome Desktop Wallpaper over at KitsuneNoir.com. He’s pretty damn awesome.

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

      oh really? i should go take a look! i love this stuff

  • http://www.corygibbons.com/blog/ Cory Gibbons

    love the style and the colours used

  • http://thankyousaku.wordpress.com/ Benjamin

    yes yes yes

    this is it

  • http://chromalab.net Chroma Lab

    Cody is a great guy and an amazing artist. The drawing on the bottom actually hangs in our living room and I never get sick of looking at it.

  • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

    oh man i would love to have a large piece of his. those clocks you guys make are really cool!

  • http://birdsandbeesatpeace.blogspot.com m

    I really enjoy how despite the pieces being two dimensional- hoyt creates a lot of depth with perspective and the layering of color and media.

  • ian c

    wow, really nice!

  • http://dust.unrecnow.com marc

    very cool.

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  • m.j.k.

    yeah. no question. immediate and awesome.

    where can we find this in real, physical life?

  • Mauricio

    Looks like Roberto Matta’s work

  • MD

    I own many prints by CH at home including his very first limited print (Eye-Shaking King). The man is absolutely brilliant. My apartment is about to become a museum if I keep collecting his work.





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