23.04.10 by Jeff

Pia Bramley

Drawings by Pia Bramley.

Illustrator Pia Bramley drawing illustration

Illustrator Pia Bramley drawing illustration

Illustrator Pia Bramley drawing illustration

Illustrator Pia Bramley drawing illustration

Illustrator Pia Bramley drawing illustration

Illustrator Pia Bramley drawing illustration

Illustrator Pia Bramley drawing illustration













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



  • Sean Alexander

    like the clumsy lines and the soul behind this work. favorites are the man and boy on the bed and the meshing faces.

  • Rhonda

    Wow. I don’t think that I’ve had enough coffee yet today to be articulate so I’ll just leave a few words: loaded; powerful; beautiful; darkly whimsical.

  • Droolin

    top right bath….that’s how i get down.

  • i’m so happy to see pia get this kind of attention! i featured her on my blog http://arthound.net/tag/pia-bramley/ after finding her through classmate, sophie alda. i appreciate the honesty and humanity in pia’s work. when i look at her drawings i see real people in awkward, everyday moments.

  • LYA

    oh, these are really good. so simple yet very powerful

  • ZAY

    so fucking good

  • Loved the last one 🙂





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