28.09.09 by Jeff

Weston Teruya

Drawings by Weston Takeshi Teruya. Berkeley, California.

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weston teruya drawing artist

weston teruya drawing artist

weston teruya drawing artist

weston teruya drawing artist

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



  • janus

    simply wonderful! Great imagination this guy has

  • janus

    by the way, I have a gravatar to this email, but the picture wont display? Should I use the same name here as my username in Gravatar.com? (I know this isn’t the proper place for such a comment…)

    • it should show up if you’re using the same email/username yes

  • i haven’t seen a style like this before, very interesting architectural qualities to it

  • this pics are so great. i like them all.

  • Wow! Love how the 4th and 5th images evolve from ‘things’ to taking on a life of their own… almost look like birds taking flight – beautiful! -B

  • i have a friend…that maybe is kind of the same architectural style.
    http://www.pierstockholm.com/

    or maybe not…or maybe im thinking this because is my friend :)
    anyway…

    love this drawings.

  • crazy! and beautiful! i love the first and the fifth ones!

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