08.03.10 by Jeff

Kelsey Dake

Kelsey Dake sent me some goodies, and this zine was my favourite.

Artist illustrator Kelsey Dake nice zine

Artist illustrator Kelsey Dake nice zine

Artist illustrator Kelsey Dake nice zine

Artist illustrator Kelsey Dake nice zine

Artist illustrator Kelsey Dake nice zine

Artist illustrator Kelsey Dake nice zine













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



  • Kelsey

    yayyyyyy! I was beginning to wonder if the package made it or not!

    • yea i meant to email ya, thanks Kelsey!!!

  • ynez

    that’s awesome. i love the one of the lizard especially.

  • Kelsey

    haha thanks! that drawing is from a story a kid told me about feeling bad about killing a lizard with a bb gun, i like to call that drawing sweet revenge

    • ynez

      haha that’s so cool.

  • kelsey is the best!!!

  • ni
    ce

  • this looks great. love the strong yellow with the black and white.





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