10.06.09 by Jeff

Julia Sonmi Heglund

Illustrations by Julia Sonmi Heglund.

julia sonmi heglund illustrator illustration

julia sonmi heglund illustrator illustration

julia sonmi heglund illustrator illustration

julia sonmi heglund illustrator illustration

julia sonmi heglund illustrator illustration

julia sonmi heglund illustrator illustration

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


  • 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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