15.07.09 by Jeff

Nas Chompas

Drawings by James Mitchell aka Nas Chompas. Portland.

nas chompas james mitchell drawing art artist

nas chompas james mitchell drawing art artist

nas chompas james mitchell drawing art artist

nas chompas james mitchell drawing art artist

nas chompas james mitchell drawing art artist

nas chompas james mitchell drawing art artist

nas chompas james mitchell drawing art artist

nas chompas james mitchell drawing art artist

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

  • http://www.shapesofsweetness.com Corey Thompson

    Woo Portland!

  • http://oyeme.tumblr.com Hawa


  • http://wreckandslender.com bryce

    james mitchell, you’re my hero.

  • http://www.fireandrobot.com lofighost

    Everything is leaking!

  • http://www.malouma.blogspot.com malouma

    this makes ME happy, what about you?…

  • http://www.jollybegood.com JollyBeGood

    I love that all of these pictures group together very well. trees trees trees everywhere.

  • http://flickr.com/oritoor ori toor

    yeah, trees and houses made of wood.
    makes you feel all warm and fuzzy inside.

  • http://www.lanchini.blogspot.com farley

    michael sieben?


  • http://www.jonathanreidsevigny.com jonathan reid sevigny

    i love the color choices

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  • Michael S

    ahahahahhaha “.. And Then Shit Got Real,,”

  • Nettie

    these make me feel high just by looking at them.

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  • Andrew Hussie

    Shit just got real… should we, the heroes, pose?

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