13.08.09 by Jeff

Howie Tsui

Drawings by Howie Tsui. Ottawa.

howie tsui drawing painting bfa waterloo ottawa ontario

howie tsui drawing painting bfa waterloo ottawa ontario

howie tsui drawing painting bfa waterloo ottawa ontario

howie tsui drawing painting bfa waterloo ottawa ontario













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



  • diggin this

  • Addi

    He plays around a lot with spirits. Very beautiful work. Chaotic and rhythmic.

  • lapetitefaon

    Ooo I just love these! Love all the ghosts, it reminds me of Spirited Away done in dreamy watercolors. Just gorgeous!

  • the style is so japanese.
    x M

  • Maya

    wow. imagine if he illustrated childrens books. awesome.

  • Yay, Howie! Love love his work. He’s also got a crazygood way with words. Just fab all the way around.

  • Raphael

    I could look at these forever.

  • jonas

    wow.
    such rad work.
    jb

  • Thanks y’all for the warm words and to Booooooooom for featuring my work. I haven’t been very diligent with getting my work out in the internet-o-spheres of late, but will try a bit harder. Got some new mondo big scroll pieces that I haven’t posted yet. So yeah, for those interested, keep your eyes peeled.

    cheerio

    h

    • fantastic work my friend! a pleasure to feature you

  • Really into this, you got some mean style!

  • first thing i said was “holy shit!”

  • Where can I get the Horror Fables book?





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