31.03.10 by Jeff

Howie Tsui / Horror Fables

My friend Howie Tsui sent me out an absolutely beautiful hardcover accordion-bound collection of his latest work, Horror Fables.

howie tsui horror fables book drawing painting artist ottawa

howie tsui horror fables book drawing painting artist ottawa

howie tsui horror fables book drawing painting artist ottawa

howie tsui horror fables book drawing painting artist ottawa

howie tsui horror fables book drawing painting artist ottawa

howie tsui horror fables book drawing painting artist ottawa

howie tsui horror fables book drawing painting artist ottawa

howie tsui horror fables book drawing painting artist ottawa

howie tsui horror fables book drawing painting artist ottawa

howie tsui horror fables book drawing painting artist ottawa













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



  • Nic

    this is amazing. looking at it feels like i’ve fallen into a nightmare.

  • amazing stuff I really love japanese ghost stories so this is awesome!!! check out his website theres loads more great stuff there, also the book Kwaidan is a great introduction to japanese ghost storys. gonna have to get a copy of Horror Fables, how could I not? :)

  • Schaeffer

    Just picked up a copy myself. :)

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