23.06.09 by Jeff

Anorak Magazine

I got a nice package from the wonderful people at Anorak Magazine and I am completely blown away. This is my new favourite publication and the craziest part is that it’s a freakin children’s magazine!

anorak magazine kids children illustration publication art

My beef with kids programming these days is that it is all soooo dumbed down and Anorak truly is a breath of fresh air. Imaginative illustrations, amazing hand-lettering, and beautiful page layouts. Apparently the Tate Modern and Colette agree with me as they’re included on the list of outlets stocking the mag.

anorak magazine kids children illustration publication art

anorak magazine kids children illustration publication art

anorak magazine kids children illustration publication art

anorak magazine kids children illustration publication art

anorak magazine kids children illustration publication art

anorak magazine kids children illustration publication art

anorak magazine kids children illustration publication art

anorak magazine kids children illustration publication art

anorak magazine kids children illustration publication art

anorak magazine kids children illustration publication art

anorak magazine kids children illustration publication art













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







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