12.02.10 by Jeff

Super Natural

Olympics start today! Here’s a drawing I made for Oakley.

Vancouver-based artist Jeff Hamada for Oakley 2010 Olympics drawing illustration

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



  • xtina

    jeff, this looks awesome! me likes!

  • lapetitefaon

    yes! I have had this obsession with totem poles lately its all I’ve been painting and yours is awesome! nice work!

  • a.g.

    I love it!

  • kyle

    That is Vancouver… out and about!

  • id love to purchase a print of that!

  • Sascha

    Hamad’s that is awesome.

  • wow, super nice! love the “totem” at the bottom!

  • so rad!! so excited to watch to opening ceremonies tonight!

  • rob

    t-shirt please!!

  • rob

    what are they using this for?
    t-shirt please!!

    • i honestly don’t know what it’s being used for! the original plan was t-shirts! i have yet to see the final product

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