21.04.09 by Jeff

Brock Davis

Illustrations by Brock Davis. This first one has been circulating the net for some time, but perhaps you haven’t seen his drawing of a unicorn with a unibrow on a unicycle… actually Unicycle Unicorn would be a cool name for a band.

brock davis illustrator illustration

brock davis illustrator illustration

brock davis illustrator illustration

brock davis illustrator illustration

brock davis illustrator illustration

brock davis illustrator illustration

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



  • pilo

    love the last one

  • NVA

    i love the first and the last…
    they’re so funny…

  • Kiera

    i looove the last one! :D

  • the first one is so cute! hahah

  • Johanna

    I Love:)they are so good!

  • Very good indeed! These are rather original! Love ’em

  • the unibrow detail on the unicycle-riding unicorn BLEW MY MIND

  • Fun & beautiful!
    I LIKE

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  • Fun, I have the threadless shirt with eyepatch animals – an opthomologist flipped over it.

  • Ahhh soo amazing. The Unicorn with the unibrow riding the unicycle is rad and that would make an awesome name for a band.. BUT I think the little cyclone asking it’s Mom if it can keep the cow is just priceless.

  • Am

    He’s good. I like the way he thinks.

  • LOVE!

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  • Rio

    these are so clever & fantastic!

  • Gosh, these are good.

  • anny

    i love the last two!

  • Very funny!!! These are wonderful! )))))





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