25.05.09 by Jeff

Andy J. Miller

New work by my friend, Andy Miller.

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andy miller illustration illustrator drawing

andy miller illustration illustrator drawing

andy miller illustration illustrator drawing













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



  • my bike looks just like that!

  • I’m not surprised after seeing all of those random looking tall bikes.

    Those shoes are sick! How can I get them?

  • I knew you would love those shoes the second I saw them!

    Love Andy Miller’s work. The second one with the skulls and rainbows is pretty great. I also like the Look in a Book drawing because I love reading and it reminds me of the Reading Rainbow theme song ‘Take a look, It’s in a book, Reading Rainboooooow’

  • Ya, and if they came in purple or seafoam I’d probably go into cardiac arrest because they’re so cute. Orange is still super and would definitely suffice.

    Damn you now I have Reading Rainbow stuck in my head.

    • HAHA I totally have the song stuck in my head now too so were pretty much even. Too bad about the shoe because they really would have been perfect for you.

      Andy, please plllease make Look in a Book a T-shirt because it should be mine.

  • Thanks so much Jeff, and thanks you guys. Glad you like the shoes but actually it’s literally a one off! (actually only one shoe!) I created it for Computer Arts here is the UK. Thanks for the support friends. The ‘Look in a Book’ piece will be printed as a tee soon, I’ll let you know when they are online if you would like!
    Thanks guys.
    Andy

    • Well they’re gorgeous and I’m heartbroken that I can’t have them, they’re amazing. Good work.

  • Maciel

    Good stuff!

  • This is really cool, loving the ‘look in a book’ one!!

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  • Great style, very unique!!!





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