21.07.09 by Jeff

Carsten Oliver Bieräugel











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



  • Wow, awesome drawings. I particularly like the second one.
    So much detail in the jewels.

  • Fif

    Wow, these are so spectacular!!

  • dale

    Aha, I get it. Niko’s playing video games.

  • lapetitefaon

    Love the jewels! Really original awesome subject matter haven’t seen that before!

    • Charles

      Heh. Is that sarcasm?

      • lapetitefaon

        ahaha no I swear to god, I’m being sincere! I really haven’t. Not like that anyway. It seemed really fresh when I was looking at it. Maybe there is a ton of this stuff elsewhere and I am just missing it!

  • So much detail! I love it!

  • Corina

    Great eye for light and depth. Awesome! He obviously has a LOT of patience!

  • Is that Brian Wenning in the first one skateboarding?

    • it looks like wenning

    • jahmain

      yeah its wenning, with an switch fs blunt!

  • oh woooooow. i didn’t know my stuff would be on OTHER blogs too!

    good lord.

    haha.

    and well yes: i DO have a ot of patience. but than again i jus LOOOVE drawing so it’s ok to sit fr hours and hours.

    and yes: it’s brian wenning. it was for a german skater magazine….

  • thanks again!

    happy new year to everyone!

    olly





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