27.01.10 by Jeff

Jonatan Cantero

Drawings by Jonatan Cantero. Barcelona, Spain.

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jonatan cantero illustrator illustration spain barcelona

jonatan cantero illustrator illustration spain barcelona

jonatan cantero illustrator illustration spain barcelona

jonatan cantero illustrator illustration spain barcelona













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



  • the first one is like a frame from a miyazaki film

    • That was my initial impression too. 🙂

    • Z0NU5

      I thought 1 and 3 were from Howl’s Moving Castle. Is that not true?

  • I LOVE IT! looks like a pice from miyazaki films.

  • i thought the exact same thing. But i like it.. great stuff

  • KB

    these are sweet. great color & imagination. love the bee workers…

  • lapetitefaon

    yep thought the same thing! Really cool.

  • Saradio ladio

    COOOL! !! <3

  • martin

    absolutely amazing

  • ghibli studio?

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  • Megan

    these are great. the owl one is definately my favorite.

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  • Thanks for the comments… But I think if you like to feature my work, you can advertise me..

  • Maxwell

    this art is awesome!!

  • bora

    that little green creatures seems like the “plankton” from the “spongebobsquarepants”.

  • Niceeeeeeeeeeee

  • Danielle

    Towards the back in number three, I spy what looks like one of the bouncing heads from Spirited Away!
    These are fantastic though.





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