19.08.09 by Jeff

Julie Morstad

Drawings by Julie Morstad. Vancouver.

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julie morstad vancouver illustrator illustration drawing

julie morstad vancouver illustrator illustration drawing

julie morstad vancouver illustrator illustration drawing

julie morstad vancouver illustrator illustration drawing

julie morstad vancouver illustrator illustration drawing

julie morstad vancouver illustrator illustration drawing













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



  • lapetitefaon

    Ahhhhhhh, OKAY. The man, the beard, the fish?! Adore. AND the girls on stilts, too much! Ugh the girl walking on the miniature town….!!! they are all really precious. I’m in love with them ALLLLLLL!!!

  • the girl stepping out of the cocoon is such a powerful image to me – yea love what shes doin

  • Raphael

    YES YES YES. They’re so macabre and beautiful and strange…like an Edgar Allen Poe story.

  • I love the girls walking around on the pencil stilts

  • Really like the first drawing a lot!

  • emily

    the drawings are beautiful but the ideas behind them more so!!

  • These are so beautiful

  • she has several books out.
    i found one in berkley at a comic book store.
    the others are here… http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_ss?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=Julie+Morstad&x=0&y=0

  • Your work is beautiful.

  • Hao Cehn

    It’s great drawing,amazing works!

  • NETTE

    i’ve seen her work in a magazine before,
    love her.

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  • Karla

    hi Julie,
    can I post the butterfly girl the head of my blog?
    is a dream…

    greetings from Brazil!

    Karla

  • MD_YBG

    Second Picture is awesome





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