11.01.10 by Jeff

Go For The Gold 3

Chris over at Meathaus sent me their latest anthology sketchbook, Go For The Gold 3. Featuring work by: Esao Andrews, Tomer Hanuka, James Jean, Chris McD and a million others.

meathaus anthology sketchbook go for the gold 3 book

meathaus anthology sketchbook go for the gold 3 book

meathaus anthology sketchbook go for the gold 3 book

meathaus anthology sketchbook go for the gold 3 book

meathaus anthology sketchbook go for the gold 3 book

meathaus anthology sketchbook go for the gold 3 book

meathaus anthology sketchbook go for the gold 3 book

meathaus anthology sketchbook go for the gold 3 book

meathaus anthology sketchbook go for the gold 3 book

meathaus anthology sketchbook go for the gold 3 book

meathaus anthology sketchbook go for the gold 3 book

meathaus anthology sketchbook go for the gold 3 book

meathaus anthology sketchbook go for the gold 3 book

It’s a steal at only 15 bones and Chris will even throw in a free doodle! Buy it here.













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



  • ps – i woulda snapped photos on my door mat as usual but lately its been really rainy here so until it gets sunny books will be shot on my desk!

  • I had no idea this was coming out, loved the book, S.O.S.

    I need this!!!

    Thanks for the heads up Jeff.

  • benjamin.

    I got this for Christmassssssss

  • Oh my, i want this more than i want dinner tomorrow… i say that now.

  • Gary Oak

    I’ve got to track this down!

    On top of that Dash Shaw’s new book is out in April. So much comic deliciousness.

  • g

    WE WANT DOORMAT PICS!!!!!

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