19.04.10 by Jeff

Marian Bantjes

Marian Bantjes’ gorgeous new book, I Wonder.

marian bantjes i wonder book

marian bantjes i wonder book

marian bantjes i wonder book

marian bantjes i wonder book

marian bantjes i wonder book

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

  • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

    If you know her work, you know you need this book. Pre-order is only like $26 on Amazon! – book comes out in October.

  • Droolin

    “and i wonder if u know what it means
    to find ur dreams”

    i could probably spend a day just looking at the cover,ha

  • http://www.r4-ds.es/ iedge

    Its really gorgeous book I have ever seen!The cover designs look so sophisticated and beautiful art creation!I like to learn such art.Can I learn this art ?

    • 815598994

      You can

  • http://BASTARDSandWHORES.com Joe Scott

    I wonder how much raw technical skill you have.

  • 1993Lee


  • Haoyu


  • http://www.phidesigngroup.com/ Christina

    I’m not going to lie. I would by this just so that I can stare at the cover. Gorgeous!

  • Caroline


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