19.05.09 by Jeff

Jose Manuel Hortelano

Drawings by Spanish illustrator, Jose Manuel Hortelano.

jose manuel hortelano drawing painting portrait

jose manuel hortelano drawing painting portrait

jose manuel hortelano drawing painting portrait

jose manuel hortelano drawing painting portrait

jose manuel hortelano drawing painting portrait













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



  • Pi

    Thanks for featuring my works!
    My girls will be very happy seeing this :)

  • Some really cool pieces.

  • emily

    kinda wierd in a good way, very painterly.
    i have an attractcion to anything using ink and so find the one of the blue man great

  • i love the hair in the first one, i have been studying it lots

    • Mapi

      Oh,it’s me :D,amazingly well treated by the best illustrator of our era, big honour.
      And yes indeed, I’m very happy to see this.

      • hahah wow! what are the chances, you are friends?

  • lapetitefaon

    So I pretty much just died. These are freaking incredible. Also, what the heck, I have never liked chest hair so much in my life.

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  • carmela

    awesome!!!!





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