31.08.09 by Jeff

Scott Teplin

Crashes, a series of graphite drawings by Scott Teplin.

scott teplin crashes graphite ink watercolor drawing

scott teplin crashes graphite ink watercolor drawing

scott teplin crashes graphite ink watercolor drawing

scott teplin crashes graphite ink watercolor drawing

scott teplin crashes graphite ink watercolor drawing

scott teplin crashes graphite ink watercolor drawing













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



  • amazing! so detailed

  • Fantastic!!!!! :)

  • The detail in his work is Amazing! and not a smudge in sight.

  • lapetitefaon

    Jeff are you trying to make me cry this morning?! Weird how these are very clean/technical/almost mechanical looking yet harbor so much sadness in them. So brilliant.

  • Woah, it’s like a diagram of a car crash.

  • Eric Alloway

    This reminds so much of Geoff Darrow’s work. Especially the graphic novel HARD BOILED. The similarities are too close, this person might be a geoff Darrow fan.

  • Eric Alloway

    This reminds me so much of Geoff Darrow’s work. Especially the graphic novel HARD BOILED. The similarities are too close, this person might be a geoff Darrow fan.





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