04.05.09 by Jeff

Alex Pardee

Illustrations by Alex Pardee.

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alex pardee illustrator illustration

alex pardee illustrator illustration

alex pardee illustrator illustration

alex pardee illustrator illustration

alex pardee illustrator illustration

alex pardee illustrator illustration

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



  • Tenny

    I quite like it, it has the kind of style from the berserk manga

  • Connor

    i love his work.

  • JohanE

    Pardee is easily my favorite artist. The style of his art is just so unique and original.

  • Maciel

    This… I’m actually quite speechless at the moment.

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  • These pieces are just dripping from colors!
    I love when paint is controlable, but messy.
    Thank You for sharing!
    Marta Rawvolta

  • By The WAY!

    I was up till early morning looking at your art section 😉
    Wonderful service you do for us – ARTISTS and ART addicts 😉

    Marta Spendoska aka Rawvolta

  • He’s very talented, also one of the coolest artist i ever had the chance to meet. really gracious and funny

  • Kyle

    wow…… do these come in tattoo?

  • he did some illustrations for the used didn’t he?

    • heather

      Didnt he do the cover of an album or something?

      • several albums i believe.

      • autumn

        Yes. Im not quite sure what the band name is but he talked about it when he did an interview with mitchel davis on youtube. (livelavalive) is the user name if u wanted to check it out

  • this man is talented

  • upper playground. featured. portland. OR.

  • Alex creates greatness.

  • this guy is amazing. i feel connected to the images and i don’t know why.

  • Feesh

    yes! my favorite has to be his steve urkel monster.

  • WESSS

    anybody know what medium was used to create the last one with the green melting face?

  • I started watching Mr. Pardee 6 years ago when he and one of his friends were putting on that Eye Suck Ink thing – he’s really got some talent, I just regret that he doesn’t seem to evolve much as an artist as the years go by.

  • It’s like an orgie of emotions! They’re disturbing, but cute, happy, bright, dark, kinda gross and morbid all at the same time. Awesomeness.

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  • Sonora

    Alex Pardee’s art is amazing and sings to my soul…
    every sing one of his drawlings is stupedious and not one artins can compare there art to his

  • Vega

    I love it!!
    is it possible to get some of your drawings/Paintings on T-shirts?
    If it is it would be sweeeet!

  • jaz mkhize

    these guys are simply crazyyyyy and i love it…. finaly i found gud wallpaper for my room much love guys these images rock……

  • no man didnt alex design Cage’s album cover?? the image where the heart is riped out????

  • Clare

    amazingorgeous! Mitchel Davis loves his art too.

  • Luis Esteban

    i have to admit this is pretty tait!!

  • N-Syte

    fucking inspiring iv been stuck on graff. for 10 years now. time to move on…

  • oh my pants! These paintings inspired me so much that i drew my own drawings….wow! I love how you can control the paint so well!!! Thanks for inpiring me so much!!!!!!!!





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