02.05.10 by Jeff

Jason Matthew Vivona

Drawings by Jason Vivona.

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jason vivona artist drawing

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



  • Jason Vivona’s work is dope! I don’t know if you guys have heard of We Ride At Night but here is a dope video that has Jason’s work in it!

    http://theklax.com/2010/04/27/we-ride-at-night/

  • I can dig it. Especially the first one.

  • these are pretty great!

  • I love the detail of the first one!

  • these are pretty wicked! i’m loving the last one.

  • Kilgore Trout

    really something. I wish I could create like this.

  • Really great work..I like the last one very much

  • Shockingly good layered drawings.. most of the figured in the center like a god. Incorporates what seems like a great lifestyle too of this talented skateboarder artist.
    Would love to see his studio..

  • ben

    These would make a nice card game.





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