06.08.09 by Jeff

Andrea Wan

Illustrations by Andrea Wan. Vancouver.

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andrea wan vancouver emily carr integrated media film illustration illustrator

andrea wan vancouver emily carr integrated media film illustration illustrator

andrea wan vancouver emily carr integrated media film illustration illustrator













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



  • lapetitefaon

    The first is so precious in a very sad way. All really weird but charming. Great!

  • yea its so sad – the tiger was even wearing glasses and they fell off

  • Maciel

    These are wicked! In a way, the third one reminds me a bit of Howl’s Moving Castle.

  • Really, really beautiful, and calm, and quiet.

  • These are great I like how every illustration seems to have a story to tell

  • LOVE LOVE LOVE them!
    especially the map/street one, how all the houses are connected via a person.
    please show us more!

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  • Mafe

    Reflection





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