09.06.10 by Jeff

Joao Ruas

Some more drawings by Joao Ruas.

joao ruas art drawings

joao ruas art drawings

joao ruas art drawings

joao ruas art drawings

joao ruas art drawings

joao ruas art drawings













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



  • abt

    These are increds. Love.

    I looked at #4 for awhile before I noticed the third creature in the image. andtheniloveditmore.

  • 1993Lee

    好喜欢这种风格啊,带着这种神秘的暖色调。

  • marlenePB

    these are totally dope. i want them all.

  • Rarian Rakista

    They have a charming otherworldly quality to them, like cutting two pieces of movie reel together.

  • Cassie

    These are stunning! The fourth!

  • nice monochromatic stuff on his site. me likey.

  • Tyler Austin Bradley

    Beautiful. These look like part of a very rich narrative.

  • Like! I agree with IAMANT. I like the limited/restrained use of color.

  • Ruth

    He is amazing! All his work is excellent.

  • I love the mood of these and the limited color palette. Stunning!!!

    http://kimberlygarvey.blogspot.com/

  • Rob

    what medium is used in these ,they are amazing!

  • I like the octopus in the last illustration a lot.





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