03.11.09 by Jeff

Joao Ruas

Drawings by Joao Ruas.

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joao ruas artist drawing illustrator illustration

joao ruas artist drawing illustrator illustration

joao ruas artist drawing illustrator illustration

joao ruas artist drawing illustrator illustration

joao ruas artist drawing illustrator illustration

joao ruas artist drawing illustrator illustration













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



  • obvious comparisons to James Jean here – Ruas also does covers for Fables

    • NapoleonSolo

      thought the same

      • cervantes doodlebrain jr.

        James Jean immediately popped into my cabeza!

    • mike

      totes on the james jean theme

  • Wow! Very imaginative and beautiful! Love #’s 1 and 5… -B

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  • João is very talented. beautifully woven ideas.

  • loving #4 and #5
    *aweee*

  • all of them manage to stay very serene… speaking of which – if anybody is in LA or the next couple of months http://www.jamesjean.com/ will be showing thru Jan.

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  • John

    i got a james jean feel too!
    but he has his own touch. this is great stuff

  • Nice work here. Dream-fantasy-meets-realism.

  • Ninja wheee

    I LOVE THE WAY THE HAIR LITERALLY ‘LAYERS’!!!

  • Genius. Everyone should see the world through his perspective.

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  • Absolutely amazing work. (:





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