26.04.10 by Jeff

Saiman Chow

Drawings by Saiman Chow. Brooklyn, New York.

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saimon chow illustrator illustration

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



  • Wow that is pretty but disturbing

  • So… I’ve seen it all. Well illustrated though.

  • hmmm! ( love it when art makes me ‘hmmm’!) and i love the small details like the scar/mark on the animals faces in the first two and the thumb extended over the insect’s face in the third drawing. makes it personal somehow.

  • #2 is the cover for Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffitti’s new single!

  • me

    Flippin’ heck! Pretty distrubing but amusing.

  • Umm wow, not really sure what to say about these, except that these give me some kind of gut reaction that I just can’t classify.

  • Joel

    What is this I don’t even.

    Seriously though, it’s kind of cool in a “feel-slightly-dirty-looking-at-it” kind of way.

  • I have a warrant for Chow’s arrest!

  • Finally! I’m glad I’m not alone!

  • I love the girl and the cat
    maybe is not the best but it is conceptually great

  • The girl and cat make me happy.

  • Pamela

    Haha I love them! I was a bit wierded out at first but now I am very intrigued.

  • Cool drawings. Do you know if these are on toned paper, or just photoshopped after the fact?

  • breathtaking!

  • oh man! I’ve been looking to find who this artist is for forever! I saw it on someone’s facebook page, but all we could find on the internets was some Christian zealot talking shish about the content. haha. yay! I love this.

  • lapetitefaon

    PERFECT

  • http://roborob.tumblr.com/post/209341756/via-lifeelsewhere-eff-this-guy-im-the-og

    the link above is to my buddy’s work. his illustration is fully stippled, pen + ink. he did this illustration of himself making out with a giraffe back in 07/08. it’s really strange cause its the SAME EXACT IDEA.

    makes me wonder if we all have the same random dreams. twilight zone man.

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  • These are beautiful illustration, gives me shivers, creepy.





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