05.02.10 by Jeff

Billy Sprague

Drawings by Billy Sprague.

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



  • http://www.ediand.com EDIAND

    That 4th drawing is awesome. Where can I view more of his work Jeff??

    • Charles

      You can click his name in the description and it’ll take you to his website. If there’s a website/online source you can usually click the name in the description and it’ll take you there.

      When I first started looking at this site some year or so back I didn’t know this for many months. I used to see someone I liked and then Google their name to find their site, again and again, heh.

      Very nice work, too, yes.

  • sarah

    absolutely terrific.

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/scottyfive/ Scottyfivealive

    Billy is the man!

  • http://www.billysprague.com billy sprague

    wow, thanks for the posting and nice comments everyone!
    please do visit my website and say hello if you wish to know about openings and other happenings… thanks so much!
    -billy

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JqUhrkXHnA8 KOKOFREAKBEAN
  • http://sfnx.wordpress.com hlg

    great stuff as always. woop woop, raise the roof!

  • http://yubisumo.blogspot.com/ Scott Caligure

    Billy’s work ethic and works are at once inspiring and influential. His output never ceases to amaze me. I encourage everyone to see his work up close and personal at his next show…which is hopefully very soon. In the meantime, here is a blog we set up for a collaboration Billy and Hide did a few months back, called YUBISUMO!

    http://yubisumo.blogspot.com/

  • Scott

    Billy’s work ethic and works are at once inspiring and influential. His output never ceases to amaze me. I encourage everyone to see his work up close and personal at his next show…which is hopefully very soon. In the meantime, here is a blog we set up for a collaboration Billy and Hide did a few months back, called YUBISUMO!

    http://yubisumo.blogspot.com/





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