30.11.09 by Jeff

Michael DeForge / King Trash

Drawings by Michael DeForge. Toronto.

Illustrator Michael DeForge King Trash drawing

Illustrator Michael DeForge King Trash drawing

Illustrator Michael DeForge King Trash drawing

Illustrator Michael DeForge King Trash drawing

Illustrator Michael DeForge King Trash drawing

Illustrator Michael DeForge King Trash drawing

Illustrator Michael DeForge King Trash drawing

Illustrator Michael DeForge King Trash drawing

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

  • http://whatnot-and-etc.blogspot.com/ Cind

    Wow. I absolutely love your work!
    What media do you use?

  • http://jessantander.wordpress.com/ jess


  • http://www.aurelievitoux.com -aurelie-

    Goood work!! love the first one!
    I’m curious too about the media you use!

  • http://www.holyghostzine.com Alexander

    These are incredibly beautiful.

  • lapetitefaon

    The first one is so lovely, I wish there were more in this style!

  • http://gasbit.wordpress.com/ Joseph

    Yeah I agree with everyone else…that first one is fresh!

  • http://www.tysonfaa.com tyson faa

    All of this work is very interesting but that first one just sucks me right in to it. I wonder what’s on the other side. -tys

  • http://hurleysashimi.wordpress.com dianne que

    echo echo echo. i saw the first image and fell in love.

  • Christtian

    I really love
    this work! ♥

    Congrats Michael!

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  • http://sarahmcneil.blogspot.com Sarah

    He is one of my most favourite. he has super comics too.

  • http://www.lafunda.com/ Maciel

    HAHA King Trash! Here’s someone’s work I haven’t laid eyes on for quite some time.

  • http://www.kingtrash.com Michael DeForge

    Hey guys, thanks for the kind words!

    As far as media goes, I use all sorts. I often end up collaging groups of hand drawn images together with drawings I drew with my Wacom tablet.

  • Grunt

    Freaking amazing.

  • alex

    Lose #1 was the shit! my roomate did a good dramatic reading of the whole drunk batman scenario.
    big fan of your work for some time now.

  • ricardo

    is it Mafalda at the first one?


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  • http://www.TheTerraStudios.com Alicia M B Ballard

    Mafalda in Canada!?

  • http://superluminousvelocity.com neuman

    The little legs on the 6th one remind me of the Gromble from AAAAAAH Real Monsters.

  • http://ramireo.com.ar Ramireo

    Mafalda?? aja

    Great work!

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