22.01.10 by Jeff

Daniel K Sparkes

Mixed media drawings by Daniel K Sparkes.

daniel k sparkes mixed media drawing artist

daniel k sparkes mixed media drawing artist

daniel k sparkes mixed media drawing artist

daniel k sparkes mixed media drawing artist

daniel k sparkes mixed media drawing artist

daniel k sparkes mixed media drawing artist

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



  • SUPREME COOLINESS!!

  • it’s one way of seeing things .. i suppose :) the fourth pic makes me think about my chemistry teacher. i would have loved to slice her head like that…just kidding

  • This is great because it makes you wonder, “How did he do that?” The way he manipulates space is great; I’ve never really been able to achieve that in a collage to this extent.

  • Krab

    Really cool. This reminds the work of Bill Plympton somehow…

    • i could see that! (ps love plympton, i got to meet him once)

  • bert

    this are awkward and delicious!

  • Zoinks!!! These are super duper rad!

  • excellent stuff!

  • Xin

    These are great, super uncanny. The weird cartoony style of the cros-sections is what makes it I think. Even better than these are the ones on his website with the things attached to dog’s heads.

  • GELLIS

    LOVE IT!





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