29.09.09 by Jeff

Julian Callos

Illustrations by Julian Callos. Los Angeles.

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julian callos illustrator illustration

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



  • So creative!! Thank for sharing this:)

  • OMG I love so much this illustrations! they are awesome!

  • Sam

    Nice but….no one does James Jean better than James Jean.

  • I stinkin love it so much Im brimming with envy.

  • Vim

    wow these illustrations are mad, love the style, these images reminds me of something out of an anime called mind games awesome movie might i add, I bet a lot of these illustrations take a long time create?

  • chantal

    so lovely, oh my!

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  • wow nice lines!

  • Walker

    The second and third ones remind me a lot of McBess’ style

  • Febreu

    VERY NICEEEEE!!!!!!

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  • Love it. Can you do animation of these illustrations please?

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  • anela toren

    Amazing!!! Love it!So fresh…so creative..love the colors combinations as well…Thank you!

  • billy

    just..WOW!

  • Raisa

    Wow this is really amazing! 😀

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  • Julian just put up prints for sale of the top two pieces over at inprnt the other day.

  • i love it, its just amazing!

  • reminds me of james jean. 🙂





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