16.03.09 by Jeff

Nickolej Villiger

Illustrations by Nickolej Villiger, really nailing that 60’s style.

nickolej villiger graphic design illustrator illustration

nickolej villiger graphic design illustrator illustration

nickolej villiger graphic design illustrator illustration

nickolej villiger graphic design illustrator illustration

nickolej villiger graphic design illustrator illustration

nickolej villiger graphic design illustrator illustration

nickolej villiger graphic design illustrator illustration













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



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  • reminds me to the beatles

  • I agree with Norman, Absolutly

  • i like the curvy-kind way of drawings he does

  • ben

    Superhumanoids nailed it! I was just thinking that the pic above the cut looks just like the classic joy division image.

  • ^ i was waiting for that comparison!

  • haha so true i didn’t thought about it!:)

  • Milton Glaser, Peter Max and Heinz Edelmann in the blender! Nice trumpet..

  • Thanks for the comments and the post. It really makes me smile to see these. Expect a website soon featuring all this work and more, and a shop as well. I update my flickr regularly.

    :D

  • very lucy in the sky with diamonds

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  • Design

    Obvious and blatant rip off of Geoff McFetridge.

    No respect.

  • very school house rock….it has charm but not in a cliche way at all… ;)





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