10.11.09 by Jeff

Hollis Brown Thornton

Marker drawings by Hollis Brown Thornton.

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hollis brown thornton artist drawing

hollis brown thornton artist drawing

hollis brown thornton artist drawing

hollis brown thornton artist drawing

hollis brown thornton artist drawing

hollis brown thornton artist drawing

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



  • <3

  • i really loved it, your painting it´s just great.

  • rachel

    i LOVE this. soooo much

  • DICK H

    Lovely VHS-nostalgia, keep at it!

  • Me encanta, hermoso trabajo!!!
    (I love it, beautiful work!!!)

    Gracias por algo tan lindo!

  • lapetitefaon

    oh my god, oh my god, oh my god. The third and the second to last!!! They are so special.

  • damn, this is SO GOOD+

  • KB

    The VHS tapes one put a smile on my face and it’s been a long day so you know its good. Keep up the awesome.

  • Z0NU5

    supergreat

  • Tom

    I love all of these pieces, they made me smile. Like fragmented memories of childhood, I love it!

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  • This is ill. Hollis you’re blowin’ my mind!

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  • Knmr

    Just great!





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