12.03.09 by Jeff

Blake E. Marquis

I wanted to post about some awesome hand-drawn type by Blake E. Marquis that I saw for sale on YWFT, but then I came across these awesome pencil drawings on his Flickr. So this post is kinda all over the place. Great work nonetheless.

blake e marquis illustration illustrator drawing font hand

blake e marquis illustration illustrator drawing font hand

blake e marquis illustration illustrator drawing font hand

blake e marquis illustration illustrator drawing font hand

blake e marquis illustration illustrator drawing font hand

blake e marquis illustration illustrator drawing font hand

blake e marquis illustration illustrator drawing font hand













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



  • mike

    ive worked with blake before. hes great, and awesome stuff

  • i love the lettering at the bottom, the edges remind me of the way the edges look when you tear construction paper

  • bonita applebum ha! clean clean drawings though really like them

  • I recently picked up his typeface he did for YWFT. I can’t wait till the right project comes around to incorporate it.

  • Thanks for the write up.

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  • wow
    i love it

  • the newspaper clipping with Michael and the monkey

    curious to know whom jeff koons is ,because thats my mothers maiden name.

  • ^famous artist – maybe you’re related :)

    http://www.jeffkoons.com/

  • Rach

    Who is Jeff Koons… fml. Ilonaaaaaa♥
    I love the drawings, they’re really cool :)





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