29.10.09 by Jeff

Sam Weber / Lord of the Flies

I am drooling over this new edition of William Golding’s Lord of the Flies, illustrated by Sam Weber! It comes out in December.

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lord of the flies sam weber illustration illustrator book

lord of the flies sam weber illustration illustrator book

lord of the flies sam weber illustration illustrator book

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



  • Parker

    Intense.

  • Very striking. Interesting though how the book cover is markedly different from the illustrations inside. Guess the contrast will be a positive one.

  • Maya

    Wow! I love his work, and these are just delicious. One of my favourite books, too.

  • Maya

    I still can’t get over these. It’s so rare that someone is able to capture an essence of what you feel about a piece of fiction and illustrate it so beautifully.

  • ah man that first images is INTENSE!

    inspiring talent.

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  • Holy cow, these are killing me…amazing!!!

  • dan

    love the cover, so restrained in a good way. those glasses are going to stare down a lot of new readers in the bookstores…

  • WOW!!!!!!! They are amazing! Especially the shell and the smoke one! Wow!

  • xallxsewnxupx

    WOW.

  • Lauren

    that’s amazing!
    my english class just started reading this book.
    I’m on chapter 6! <33

  • emily

    yer, this would make english A-levels a million times better

    seriously amazing……..

  • WOW. That’s impressive!

  • dno

    AAAWWWEEESOOMMMEEEE!!!!

  • david

    Sam Weber has blown up this last week! He’s everywhere, and deserves to be. His skill and style is just amazing. I’m just a little jealous myself. .

  • Relooking at them I’m still quite thrilled. But the second illustration starts to degrade a bit. I’m not sure whether it’s the hair, the particles or the pigs head – or the combination. It looks more like a cover of a Dr. Frank pulp-novel. The rest are staggering.

  • Beautiful and disturbing. Perfect for the book.

  • Awesome illustrations !!
    These illustrations retranscribe a faithful harmony to the book too !

  • Champagne

    kick.

    ass.

    love this.

  • Maw

    What?? these are so perfect! perfect for the book, but they are also ethereal on their own. wow.

  • THIS BOOK IS GOING TO BE AMAZING!

  • Alex Threlfall

    I can’t wait to get my hands on this book. An all time favourite. Alex

  • JCD

    I happy to see the power of this book is still inspiring!

  • Nice.
    Simon is impressive!

  • amazing work..





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