23.04.09 by Jeff

Matthew Feyld

Drawings by Matthew Feyld.

matthew feyld drawing

matthew feyld drawing

matthew feyld drawing

matthew feyld drawing

matthew feyld drawing

matthew feyld drawing

matthew feyld drawing

matthew feyld drawing

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

  • that first drawing always reminds me of will ferrell in Spartans skit

    • jason

      good call on the will ferrell
      Nice work as well

  • love matthew’s work, i have been following it for awhile

  • bdpowell

    Incredible stuff! Like that the face is a little left of center, like me (on the political scale, not the Kinsey!)!

  • i love his work!

  • hahahah! i love the second one!

  • Maciel

    Good stuff. The second illustration looks like something out of a David Firth animation.

  • dale

    The human Porky Pig? Shirt and no pants.

  • Ellie

    Love it!

  • stuart ke kewl d j


  • We are exhibiting Matthew Feyld from May 9th to June 7th!

  • so lovely and stylish.

  • There’s something good in these!

  • Abstract and conceptuale art!!! Cool!!! Colours are wonder!!

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