21.07.09 by Jeff

Jay Cover

Drawings by Jay Cover (formerly known as Macho Goose).

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jay cover jason nous vous illustrator illustration drawing artist macho goose

jay cover jason nous vous illustrator illustration drawing artist macho goose

jay cover jason nous vous illustrator illustration drawing artist macho goose

jay cover jason nous vous illustrator illustration drawing artist macho goose

jay cover jason nous vous illustrator illustration drawing artist macho goose

jay cover jason nous vous illustrator illustration drawing artist macho goose

jay cover jason nous vous illustrator illustration drawing artist macho goose

jay cover jason nous vous illustrator illustration drawing artist macho goose

jay cover jason nous vous illustrator illustration drawing artist macho goose













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



  • Courtney

    So simple and effective. I love the watercolour look in the 2nd photo.

  • lapetitefaon

    Goodness childrens book now please! I love

  • I’d love to have a print of any of these, especially the last one.

  • Corina

    Cuteness!!

  • Great Jay!
    It’s not easy having that simple look.

  • Jay Cover

    Wow! I’m on a good blog. Thanks! Thanks for all your comments too, very encouraging and much appreciated, you’re all very kind.

  • You deserve that!

  • Mary Katherine K.

    I love the simplicity of it

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