25.09.09 by Jeff

Nimit Malavia

Drawings by Nimit Malavia. Toronto.

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nimit malavia drawing illustration illustrator

nimit malavia drawing illustration illustrator

nimit malavia drawing illustration illustrator

nimit malavia drawing illustration illustrator

nimit malavia drawing illustration illustrator













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



  • Fuck a duck! These are gorgeous. The boy with a dolphin in his head is just amazing.

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  • wow
    this work is really nice and youve made a nice selection.
    his sketches remind me of james jean’s sketchbooks http://www.jamesjean.com/
    nice to see some nice drawings that really inspire
    thanks for having such a good blog

  • I loved this. The boy is thinking up the dolphin and shark battle, no? or probably they are metaphor for his state of mind. You speak my language apparently.

  • Ho-lee-fuck. Awesomeness, I must meet this man!

  • chad

    the first one totally reminds me of the cave in aladdin

  • emily rugburn

    booooteeeeful!!

  • Fantastic! Some nice work here.

  • lapetitefaon

    AHHHHHHHHHH THE SHARKS IN THE HEAD!!! YESSSSS!!!!!!

  • This is awesome. Very inspiring.

  • AWESOME WORK
    You have a beautiful style.

  • Amazing.

  • Hella raw, his shit GO!!!





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