25.05.09 by Jeff

Hilary Pecis

Collages by Hilary Pecis. San Francisco.

hilary pecis collage illustration illustrator

hilary pecis collage illustration illustrator

hilary pecis collage illustration illustrator

hilary pecis collage illustration illustrator

hilary pecis collage illustration illustrator

hilary pecis collage illustration illustrator

hilary pecis collage illustration illustrator













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



  • I’d be interested in learning about her process. These are interesting. Despite being on the busy side and super psychedelic, these are quite calming.

  • pilo

    i lov it!!

    i´ll like to know how she did it

  • awesome!

  • Julio Derbez

    These are amazing. Randolph Chabot Jr, a.k.a Daestro, is a young artist who used Pecis’ collages for his latest album’s artwork, Moondagger. I find it to be a fun coincidence; I learn about Daestro in my favorite music blog and days later I see the artwork he used featured in one of my favorite blogs. Just wanted to share.

    For all of you who can read spanish: http://flamingmilk.blogspot.com/search/label/Deastro

  • quite possibly the best things i have ever seen in my life!





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