26.03.10 by Jeff

Katy Horan

Lady Monsters, beautiful gouache drawings by Katy Horan.

Lady Monsters gouache drawings by artist illustrator Katy Horan

Lady Monsters gouache drawings by artist illustrator Katy Horan

Lady Monsters gouache drawings by artist illustrator Katy Horan

Lady Monsters gouache drawings by artist illustrator Katy Horan

Lady Monsters gouache drawings by artist illustrator Katy Horan

Lady Monsters gouache drawings by artist illustrator Katy Horan

Lady Monsters gouache drawings by artist illustrator Katy Horan













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



  • http://streetfiles.org/pony1 пони1

    WOW!
    good idea

    • http://katieshelly.tumblr.com katie shelly

      these are beautiful. i love the tangley and spindley hands. they remind me of the feeling of being entranced by doileys that i used to get when i was little.

  • http://emu-memu.net Eline

    Very cool! I love these

  • http://www.whatischatroulette.co.uk CjEggett

    Morning!

    These are wonderful – delicately stitched in gouache!

    I think the flatness in modern drawing and painting like this is exciting. Lets leave 3d to the sculptors.

    twitter.com/CjEggett

  • http://www.emilyeldridge.blogspot.com Emily

    Love these! They remind me of old-fashioned slips and garter belts…

  • http://www.whatischatroulette.co.uk CjEggett

    @Emily, Quite right. A lace things with legs.

  • http://www.brwnpaperbag.com Sara

    I am not great at gouache, so stuff like this mesmerizes me. Love it.

  • lapetitefaon

    I am beside myself!!! I’ve had this obsession with covering all the people in my drawings with lace lately so these are so inspiring!!! What a unique look, awesome!

  • http://www.justinbryannelson.com justin nelson

    love the 5th one down. incredible work!!

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Photo by @davidg16er

 
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