28.08.09 by Jeff

Daniel Park

Illustrations by Dan Park.

illustration illustrator daniel dan park

illustration illustrator daniel dan park

illustration illustrator daniel dan park

illustration illustrator daniel dan park

illustration illustrator daniel dan park

illustration illustrator daniel dan park

illustration illustrator daniel dan park













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



  • sophie

    these are so great

  • Max

    Wicked, loving the water one.

  • lapetitefaon

    ARE YOU KIDDING?! The second is pretty much INSANE.

  • Pretty original style, especially the mix of photo-esque lighting techniques.

  • Ben

    Daniel Park I pronounce you best illustrator I’ve seen in atleast one year period!

  • awesome style!

  • The Busta one is spot on! I’ve seen it before somewhere but it’s worth revisiting.

  • Brilliant work. Loved the Busta piece ever since I first saw it…

  • Love the tube ride the colours are awsome!, the style reminds me of a Tomer Hanuka and James Jean

  • i dont see as much James Jean but yea similarities to Hanuka’s

  • This is amazing, the fifth one freaking looks like its glowing!

  • Sol

    Very Hanuka. Especially the 4th…but great work nonetheless.

  • insanely amazing! busta!

  • de puta madre!
    A M A Z I N G
    Thanks for sharing your art, Daniel
    see you





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