03.12.09 by Jeff

Rich Gemmell

Illustrations by Rich Gemmell.

rich gemmell illustrator illustration

rich gemmell illustrator illustration

rich gemmell illustrator illustration

rich gemmell illustrator illustration

rich gemmell illustrator illustration

via: pikaland

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

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  • David

    aw men,the illustrations tells a story with not alot of emotion,nice ones

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

    This might sound strange but the first one makes me think of Rio de Janeiro.

    • David

      because of the huge jesus sculpture?it looks the same hmm

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  • Rouquine

    I just LOVE these illustrations! Wonderful!

  • lapetitefaon

    Ahhh the one with the kayak is pretty much amazing. Love it!

  • http://younity.tumblr.com/ jordan

    These are wonderful!

  • http://www.bryanmoreno.com BRYANMOR>

    These are all great man im loving this style

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  • Jordan

    These are so cool! I feel like he just let his imagination run in a vertical direction.. first one especially!

  • Emil

    ooh really enjoying the kayak one and the first one

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  • Aaron

    intriguing style. great work!

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/pamoya/ Pamoya

    ME gustan mucho los colores ! great !

  • http://13thimblesofbrowntears.blogspot.com 13 Thimbles Of Brown Tears

    Brillant !

  • http://arthound.net Kate

    Very cool. Love how he represents the natural elements in such a graphic, visceral way.

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  • http://www.aheartaday.com thomas

    these are beautiful. raw yet subtle…

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  • http://therewasrain.com cory gibbons

    love these.

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