10.06.09 by Jeff

Julia Sonmi Heglund

Illustrations by Julia Sonmi Heglund.

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julia sonmi heglund illustrator illustration

julia sonmi heglund illustrator illustration

julia sonmi heglund illustrator illustration

julia sonmi heglund illustrator illustration

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



  • andi3olotic

    This is the riddim I like!

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  • I think the caption for the first one should me. “eat your own words”

  • WOW! These are AWESOME!

  • keith laudati

    Wish I had a wolf hat…

    Great stuff

  • Craig

    Check out this rad video of her doodling with a crayon at the Threadless Kids! store… http://vimeo.com/3336577

  • sonmi rools hard

  • To Jollybegood: It’s titled “Consumption,” but when she originally submitted the design to Threadless her caption said, “eating words.” So that’s precisely what she meant! :-) (I linked the original submission above.)

    Btw, I hadn’t seen that pattern before but I love it!

  • sonmi never ceases to amaze me!!!

    • will you’re next, i have been meaning to post your work for awhile

  • The lady’s a legend… her BOOOOOOOM’s been long overdue

  • WHOA! JEFFFFFF GIT OUTTA SITE!

  • AW SHIT. some GBX member steez right here. PROPS SONMI! congrats on the job by the way!

  • vahid

    bravoooooooooo! +++++ 5/5





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