31.03.09 by Jeff

Luke Ramsey

Illustrations by Luke Ramsey.

luke ramsey illustrator illustration drawing

luke ramsey illustrator illustration drawing

luke ramsey illustrator illustration drawing

luke ramsey illustrator illustration drawing

luke ramsey illustrator illustration drawing

luke ramsey illustrator illustration drawing

luke ramsey illustrator illustration drawing

luke ramsey illustrator illustration drawing

luke ramsey illustrator illustration drawing













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



  • It´s amazing, there´s an original Luke Ramsey, at Pictopia´s exhibion in Berlin, the details are crazy. Great work!

    • yea these small images don’t do his work justice, the details in the first image especially – RIDICULOUS

  • bdpowell

    Just the way I like it…Twisted!!

  • Gav

    genius… love the first

  • The first one seems sensual, about humans connecting. Great work.

  • chantal

    for me the first one is like a texturized lovely orgy…

    i also liked the other ones a lot.

  • he’s the best.
    it’s the first time i see the 7th one. it’s so pleasant while being super obsessive.

  • veryy coool! the first one is vibrating!!

  • The first one looks like a knit orgy, it’s mind blowing. Also the 5th one makes me super happy.

  • so c.

    the second one reminded me of maxwell holyoke’s artworks.

  • Reed

    I would love to see the last one on a t shirt.

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  • Very lovely illustrations! Thanks for sharing.

  • Great work! Love your details!

  • Aaaaaaaa!!! Meat!!! Abstration is great!!!

  • palch

    sexy





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