29.05.09 by Jeff

Kevin Cyr

Illustrations by Kevin Cyr. Brooklyn, New York.

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kevin cyr brooklyn new york illustrator illustration drawing

kevin cyr brooklyn new york illustrator illustration drawing

kevin cyr brooklyn new york illustrator illustration drawing

kevin cyr brooklyn new york illustrator illustration drawing

kevin cyr brooklyn new york illustrator illustration drawing

kevin cyr brooklyn new york illustrator illustration drawing

kevin cyr brooklyn new york illustrator illustration drawing

kevin cyr brooklyn new york illustrator illustration drawing

kevin cyr brooklyn new york illustrator illustration drawing













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



  • http://kasiaznana.blogspot.com Kasia Znana

    wow awesome! I want the top one !

  • http://yayainthemoon.blogspot.com yaya

    I must say the first bike is AMAZING

  • http://www.aurelievitoux.com -aurelie-

    the “camping-bike” is sooo coool!
    very good illustrations!

    • http://www.yaddac.blogspot.com werner

      hey! the bicycle_home: whow,premium!

  • http://hightidesn.blogspot.com SARAH

    I want to decorate my house with these.

  • http://cliclacboum.tumblr.com/ toma

    I really like the tagged trucks.

    I used to collect pictures of it in Paris

    http://cliclacboum.tumblr.com/post/63591562

    so the trucks + his kind of illustration = I LIKE A LOT

    • http://www.aurelievitoux.com -aurelie-

      Très sympa ton cliclacboum!

      • http://cliclacboum.tumblr.com/ toma

        Merci beaucoup!

  • emily

    very cool, and fun. First one especially. would love a ‘camperbike’ or a Wise potato chips moped…

  • emily

    toma, your trucks are AWESOME!

    • http://cliclacboum.tumblr.com/ toma

      thx!

      :)

  • http://www.jonathanreidsevigny.com jonathan reid sevigny

    i want to live in these trucks.

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  • http://platypusdesign.us Kelly Nelson

    Good god these are wonderful! I especially lust after the red van; is it for sale?

  • Ricardo Cezar

    That is absolutely awesome. The first image simply blows my mind. Really, really great.
    The Hottest Cake one is also very creative. Where does he get such creative ideas? mmm, good on you, mate.

  • raghavendra

    very good illustrations.I like the three wheeler

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  • http://www.gregspradlin.com greg spradlin

    Very nice illustrations!!! I like the feel and the color of these….plus the three-wheeler with the camper is so cool!!

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  • http://www.surfbox.revistaparafina.com.br fabio perroni

    I wanna the golden car!!!! Style! :)

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  • http://www.blauth.com.br RICARDO garopaba BLAUTH

    alo Kevin

    this is all adult toys…..??????
    whe should never be an adult !

    a big hug direct from Brasil- Santa Catarina – GAROPABA-
    the town of the PARADISE BEACHS………

    RICARDO garopaba BLAUTH

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  • http://saywayday.blogspot.com S.Wadey

    lush!

  • the_jackalope

    love it!





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