19.04.10 by Jeff

Winnie Truong

Drawings by Winnie Truong. Toronto, Ontario.

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



  • there are not enough portraits of people with braces in my opinion

    • marcusmang

      amen

  • jimmy

    Can i describe these as beautifully grotesque?

  • haha amazing

  • panda

    blech the teeth one is creeping me out. these rock though

  • Great to see some “home talent” up on this! Really digging this. Rad work Winnie.

  • renan cabrera

    this reminds me of charles burns’ Black Hole comic type drawings, very eerie indeed

  • I love the first one!

  • Darren

    Absolutely Stunning!

  • CANNON

    WE LOVE WINNIE! <3

  • officially a fan.
    loving the 1st and 3rd drawing.
    i love a person who can handle a whole lot of colour.
    thumbs up!

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  • love the epic beard man

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  • simon

    if you see this in person, they are really spectacular! 5-6 feet high!!!

  • Anny

    seriously?? 5-6 feet? respect. these are incredible. i love the texture of the hair, esp the color in the third.

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  • Mina

    OMGSH SHES FROM OCAD :O

    • reegsta

      haha yeah!

  • dani

    Just brilliant! I’d love to see them in person!





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