23.06.10 by Jeff

Mario Scorzelli

Drawings by Mario Scorzelli. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Artist Mario Scorzelli

Artist Mario Scorzelli

Artist Mario Scorzelli

Artist Mario Scorzelli

Artist Mario Scorzelli

Artist Mario Scorzelli













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



  • the green monster is awesome!!!!

  • anonymous

    Seems to be trying to be Matt Furie. I do like his paintings though

  • Really good!
    I recommend Juan Pez-In case he has not being featured here before, he is also from Argentina.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/juanpezdibuja/page2/

  • mrjools

    Agree with “anonymous”, the first one seems to be a Matt Furie drawing!

  • mario se esta haciendo un estilo propio
    a mi me gusta mucho
    he visto su trabajo en otros lados y tiene una increíble imaginación

  • buena mario!
    tengo los dibujos de la historieta educacion de principe jejej
    cuando saltes mas a la fama los subasto a 3100 pesos para arrancar !

  • TKS

    at first glance i thought it was matt furie. but it isn’t. hmmmm…





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