20.11.09 by Jeff

Iain Macarthur

Drawings by Iain Macarthur.

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iain macarthur drawing artist illustration

iain macarthur drawing artist illustration

iain macarthur drawing artist illustration

iain macarthur drawing artist illustration

iain macarthur drawing artist illustration

iain macarthur drawing artist illustration

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



  • nice work indeed

    love these sorts of posts…. more please!!!!

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  • Carlos

    Loving the line variety and the little pops of color. Great stuff.

  • omgosh his lines are fantastic, never seen someone hatch like that!

  • awesome stuff

  • these are the busiest hatchy faces i’ve ever seen. feels like face crawlies when i look at these.

  • lapetitefaon

    Second to the last is just beautiful!

  • oohhhh god. love it.

  • so

    sexy laday in the middle :) whoo

  • Laura

    wow , now this is the kind of stuff i LOVE

  • Cooool! Grafic is great! Fourth is my favorite!





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