08.09.09 by Jeff

Aiyana Udesen

I came across Aiyana Udesen a couple years ago on Fecal Face, and her Star Trek portraits made me an instant fan. Here’s some of her recent work – poke around her site for the one with Nelly and the polar bears.

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aiyana udesen drawing artist aiyanaville

aiyana udesen drawing artist aiyanaville

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



  • Rebeca

    i see britney, alanis and possibly brandon boyd, who’s the first one?

    loving the humor

  • angela

    cool sketches

  • ann

    haha ha their bloody fun

  • Charles

    I really like Udesen, she’s one of my very favourites. Her subject matter/humour is usually not so appealing to me but her style is incredible, very impressive.

    The first one is Edward Furlong. I don’t really see it in that case but all others look exact to me.

  • Vim

    Its refreshing to see artists like this, Aiyana Udesen style in amazing i like the light flow of colour that is bought into some of pictures. The Alanis picture is great i didn’t even notice that she had a beaver in her hair until a closer look. Which country is this artist from?





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