12.08.09 by Jeff

Oliver Van Der Lugt

Drawings by Oliver Van Der Lugt (Oliver Of The Sky). Berlin.

oliver of the sky van der lugt drawing

oliver of the sky van der lugt drawing

oliver of the sky van der lugt drawing

oliver of the sky van der lugt drawing

oliver of the sky van der lugt drawing

oliver of the sky van der lugt drawing













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



  • neat
    a beautiful person with amazing art

  • so inspiring!

  • chad

    !!!

  • such goodness.

  • grant and raph

    ok so these get moderated first, that sinks the first gem, ollie, we miss you, yr art is so awesome, especially the pink palace, raph is hard on for pink lately, come back and contribute to my next comic!

    love grant and raph, i know that you don’t really know raph, but he is a close friend and a lover (of yr work) (and my rump)

  • Whoa, these are dope!!

  • <3

  • Maara

    Love your work buddy – so glad to always get your updates, drawings are stunning!xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxox

  • Jimmy Currin

    Hey Ollie – beautiful!! Good to see ya out there.
    Off to Site tonite! Ikes!!

  • sarah

    the last one is my favourite.





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