18.01.10 by Jeff

Bruno 9li

Drawings by Bruno Novelli aka Bruno 9li. A while back, I featured a beautiful little video about Bruno and I meant to follow it up with images of his work, but I forgot. Better late than never.

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



  • lapetitefaon

    !!!! Ridiculous style, love.

  • Bruno 9li rocks my socks off.

  • !!SUPA SELEXY!!

  • i really like these.

  • whoa, i’m in love.

  • Beautiful pics- we were lucky enough to have Bruno and his very talented girlfriend Talita Hoffmann over to put on a exhibition in East London over the bank holiday weekend. We were blown away by his stuff, and are glad to find some fellow fans! For anybody that is interested, we have some limited edition signed Bruno 9li prints and T shirts for sale- they will be up on our store soon http://www.lavacollective.com/store.html. We also have some originals for sale, please email info@lavacollective for details.





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