30.03.09 by Jeff

Jody Barton

Illustrations by Jody Barton. London. Love that skateboard!

jody barton illustration illustrator watercolor drawing

jody barton illustration illustrator watercolor drawing

jody barton illustration illustrator watercolor drawing

jody barton illustration illustrator watercolor drawing

jody barton illustration illustrator watercolor drawing

jody barton illustration illustrator watercolor drawing

jody barton illustration illustrator watercolor drawing

jody barton illustration illustrator watercolor drawing













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



  • Johan

    loving all of these and I agree that skateboard is pretty sick…

  • im totally digging these
    does he have a website?

  • YES. sooo good!

  • AJ

    Great colors and usage of the shape’s of items in reference to the text. Im loving these. Sick.

  • Cody

    ive been experimenting with watercolors lately and does anyone know how to get the colors to stay neatly within the lines like that? great work!

    • Zoe

      To get the colours to stay in the line you have to go over the part where you want the paint to stay with water on a paint brush. So you have to be abel to stay in the line a paint brush.

  • That shiz is rad.

  • Amanda D

    Cody– Try masking tape?

    • i think if you experiment with the way you outline the shape, the ink will naturally stop at the edge

  • Maciel

    This is some seriously dope shit!

  • I really like the person made of words.

  • the watercolors are sooo cool, beautiful

  • not really feeling it; except the first picture looked great.

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  • The “strict rules” one is so cool!!!

  • super cool thanks for posting, I love the get down to the beach treatment

  • DSRUP

    I love the skateboard! KILLER!

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  • Justin

    Whoa. Those are pretty rad. I wonder what watercolour brand was used to do the 2nd and 3rd pictures? They’re pretty vibrant that’s for sure. Maybe it’s the choice of colour in the pictures.

    Wicked job.

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  • coooooool





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