12.06.09 by Jeff

Ted McGrath Interview

Doodlers Anonymous has posted a great little interview with Ted McGrath who is known for his really raw illustrative style. What makes the interview so great is that he responded to all the questions with doodles. Read it here.

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ted mcgrath interview doodlers anonymous

ted mcgrath interview doodlers anonymous

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



  • Beautiful. This sketchbook is a piece of art.

  • lapetitefaon

    Holy jesus, that sketchbook looks epic. Ahhhhh the eyes and the color I want to frame that and have it on my wall so badly. But somehow it seems like something is lost when its not in the context of the sketchbook any longer.

    • yea i would love to hold this thing in my hands and look at it in person

  • I love looking through this stuff. I have kept all my fathers sketch books from when he was a child, along with mine and hope to pass them down to my kids one day.

  • KC Collins

    This is testament to the “stick to your guns” mentality.
    ‘Lapetitefaon” the framed work looks just as good





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