04.12.09 by Jeff

Jon MacNair

Illustrations by Jon MacNair. Michigan.

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



  • NapoleonSolo

    these creatures remind me of Hieronymus Bosch

    • yea definitely an influence

    • Savannah

      i was going to say the very same thing. any of those bizarro frescoes from the renaissance that showed humans descending into hell, and unthinkable things happening, like frog sodomy and souls escaping (see: el duomo in florence. weirrrrrrrd shit.) anyway. it’s curious and sort of disconcerting to see it rehashed in such a lovely, striking way.

  • yes! i have been loving this guy for a while. his work is too awesome.

  • jon m

    also reminds me of marcel dzama’s work a bit.. mostly just the people. i like it a lot!

  • Mina

    love the world inside the devil

  • amazing world!





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