20.11.09 by Jeff

Eduardo Recife

Drawings by Eduardo Recife. The folks over at Ok Great are gonna sit down and interview him and are looking for questions so send them your questions!

Eduardo Recife Misprinted Type drawing illustrator illustration collage

Eduardo Recife Misprinted Type drawing illustrator illustration collage

Eduardo Recife Misprinted Type drawing illustrator illustration collage

Eduardo Recife Misprinted Type drawing illustrator illustration collage

Eduardo Recife Misprinted Type drawing illustrator illustration collage

Eduardo Recife Misprinted Type drawing illustrator illustration collage

See also: http://www.misprintedtype.com













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



  • Dee

    nice!!!!!!!

  • I´m very proud because he lives in my city !

    great artist !

  • haha, i really like these.

  • Rachel Gerlach

    ah man! It’s about time someone showed him off!

  • i’ve been a fan of his for the longest time! love his typography too.

  • Dylan

    Wow, I’ve found this truly inspiring!
    For those who might otherwise miss it, the link to his personal portfolio is on the contact page.

  • Really interesting stuff! Love the collages. Will have to check out more of his stuff.

  • reesa

    LOVE The drawings!!!

  • i’ve been following eduardo recife for years. so amazing.
    glad someone finally featured him.





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