09.07.09 by Jeff

Sophie Jodoin

Haunting drawings by Sophie Jodoin. Montreal, Quebec.

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sophie jodoin drawing black white

sophie jodoin drawing black white

sophie jodoin drawing black white

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



  • fantastically creepy

  • Jonathan Lewery

    Wow! These are amazing. Reminds me of Ken Currie’s ghostly work.

  • Jennifer

    I just love these.

  • Justine Debish.

    These are simply amazing.
    My favorite is the last one. I love the feel of it, the look in the child’s eye.
    You should do more of these.

  • Jls

    These are Great reductions. I was never any good at them.

  • sr

    wow… these are amazing!

  • there was an entire sophie jodoin exhibition at my university and her work was truly haunting and most of them had political undertones to it.

  • emily

    wow…. its like we can see their recatcions but not what they are reacting too

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