28.09.09 by Jeff

Weston Teruya

Drawings by Weston Takeshi Teruya. Berkeley, California.

weston teruya drawing artist

weston teruya drawing artist

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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