12.04.10 by Jeff

Anthony Cudahy

Drawings by Anthony Cudahy.















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



  • Anna

    yay Anthony!

    • dickon

      This is really nice. I love the delicate pencil (I think it’s pencil) work of that girls’ face. Lovely stuff.

  • Sharene

    These are amazing!

  • lapetitefaon

    I really love these. I love the style of the first but the black and white ones completely steal the show!

  • Z0NU5

    Loving #5. Some aspects of it remind me of Egon Schiele, but I also like the parts that don’t.

  • the first one reminds me of a sculpture by kiki smith, but in hers the forearms were elongated. I really like the second to last with the space Polaroids

  • Droolin

    these are all really awesome…i can’t pick a fav.

  • I love the back and forth between tiny line work and his blocky painting style. Check out this series from Anthony:
    http://www.anthonycudahy.com/behind.htm

  • a stranger

    yeah yeah that’s my tony loc

  • Joe

    The last piece is very nice. Was a bit taken back at first!





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