03.02.10 by Jeff

Stacey Rozich

Drawings by Stacey Rozich.

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stacey rozich illustration illustrator drawing

stacey rozich illustration illustrator drawing

stacey rozich illustration illustrator drawing

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



  • rodrigo koshino

    awesome

  • I love these, especially the last one. Very shamanistic.

  • Really folkish!
    I love them.

  • Ooohh man, these are so sick! I love the mythological feel of each one

  • jessica

    These are cool. Lots of different art references in complimentary contexts. Thanks for posting!

  • I love her work! very mystical and folkish.

  • These are great…kudos.

  • holy god, these are some amazing pieces. thanks for sharing them!

  • lapetitefaon

    WHOA! Freaking awesome.

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  • Savannah

    yeah yeah yeah! these make me feel great.

  • AWESOME! INSPIRING

  • Superbe.

  • this makes me want to push my artwork further





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