25.03.09 by Jeff

Josh Poehlein

Drawings and photos by Josh Poehlein. The drawings could have easily ruined photos but the style of Poehlein’s line work really works.

josh poehlein drawings photographer photography

josh poehlein drawings photographer photography

josh poehlein drawings photographer photography

josh poehlein drawings photographer photography

josh poehlein drawings photographer photography

josh poehlein drawings photographer photography

josh poehlein drawings photographer photography

josh poehlein drawings photographer photography

josh poehlein drawings photographer photography













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



  • http://www.fabergraph.hu/ fabergraph

    first two is great
    the others are only good

  • http://www.intothefight.com/ WALDEN

    beautiful
    …mon enfance

  • http://respecttheparty.blogspot.com Kathryn

    amazing. the last three are almost Banksy-esque.

    • http://www.sambrewster.co.uk Sam Brewster

      Is that a compliment or an insult these days.

  • http://www.runy.be runy

    looks very familiar, check runy.be

  • Kiera

    Beautiful. its amazing. and someone could have easily made a mess of doing this but he did it really well. I love the first and third one

  • Julia

    They feel almost whimsical. I love them!

  • http://artsponge.wordpress.com/ Patrick

    this is so creative, really cool

  • marius

    wow:) awesome. they look so real ..

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

    nice, they look neat

  • http://blog.annachristine.com Anna

    this is really nifty, I dig it

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  • http://www.joreid.blogspot.com jonathan reid sevigny

    adorable.

  • NETTE

    this is my favorite art i’ve seen in a loooong time.
    so unique,





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