23.04.09 by Jeff

Matthew Feyld

Drawings by Matthew Feyld.

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matthew feyld drawing

matthew feyld drawing

matthew feyld drawing

matthew feyld drawing

matthew feyld drawing

matthew feyld drawing

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Jeff
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

    amazing

  • 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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Experimental Artist Petros Vrellis Creates Detailed Portraits With A Single Thread

 

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