25.11.09 by Jeff

Sophia Martineck

Drawings by Sophia Martineck. Berlin.

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sophia martineck illustration illustrator drawing

sophia martineck illustration illustrator drawing

sophia martineck illustration illustrator drawing

sophia martineck illustration illustrator drawing

sophia martineck illustration illustrator drawing

sophia martineck illustration illustrator drawing

sophia martineck illustration illustrator drawing













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



  • TwinPhoton

    I like them, there seems to be a compassion about them…the absence of glamor and a sincerity…the last panel in the ovals confuse me…

  • check out the inuit artist annie pootoogook if you don’t already know her already. different content, but equally stimulating.

  • The person in the first drawing probably got drawn because he has a super cool mullet and is wearing socks with his sandals… both of which are equal to awesome! -tys

    • Rebeca

      i laughed out loud, that is such a typical old german dude look!

      a few of the others are very oktoberfest too





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