02.12.09 by Jeff

Martine Johanna

Drawings by Martine Johanna.

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illustrator martine johanna illustration drawing

illustrator martine johanna illustration drawing

illustrator martine johanna illustration drawing

illustrator martine johanna illustration drawing

illustrator martine johanna illustration drawing

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



  • the secong images is amazing..a like this.
    great!

    saludos
    cl.

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  • Jen

    I love your illustration…

  • Justin

    These are awesome. So much talent. I love how the twigs, birds, and various other creatures give more definition to the portraits in 1,4,5,6,7. They’re all great though. I love them!

    Reminds me of the talent here at the artcrawl we have two times a month where various studios are open to the public and art goes on sale. Masses come down to check what there is and to have a good time. It’s great way to meet people, and to see how much talent there is out here in Hamilton, Ontario.

    Keep Rocking.

  • The extra details in these drawings give them so much life. -tys

  • David

    the color details on the guy with the headphone are a bit the same i mean de brown from the beard en the black you almost don’t see the difference

  • SA

    The hair is very attractive, among other things…

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  • joseph

    i love the 3rd image.

  • i. love. this.

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  • love your artwork:)





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