28.06.10 by Jeff

Jennifer Crouch

Drawings by Jennifer Crouch.

drawings by jennifer crouch

drawings by jennifer crouch

drawings by jennifer crouch

drawings by jennifer crouch

drawings by jennifer crouch

drawings by jennifer crouch

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



  • the man

    oh my god this art is offfff the chain, the Robin in the first image is so well drawn? its a shame your work looks like it needs to be seen for real as it is so detailed!

  • lapetitefaon

    OH MY GOD SHUTUP!!!! I absolutely looooove the first image, I kinda just died a little, wow, thats killer.

  • Parker

    The fourth one is legittt. So much going on, and still mad simple.

  • THe First one is the strongest for sure. Some really interesting work forsure

  • fantastic mix between organic and geometric forms

  • Yeah Jen! Good to see you on here great work. Need to get some more of your work on a table or two of mine!

  • WOW, JUST FOUND THIS. VERY PLEASED FOR YOUR SUPPORT, YOU ARE ALL WONDERFUL!

    • cheers Jennifer, keep up the amazing work

  • Wow! I came across your work on LE POMP.
    I’m an instant fan!





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