22.07.10 by Jeff

Pablo Boffelli

Drawings by Pablo Boffelli.

artist pablo boffelli drawing

artist pablo boffelli drawing

artist pablo boffelli drawing

artist pablo boffelli drawing

artist pablo boffelli drawing

artist pablo boffelli drawing

artist pablo boffelli drawing













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



  • Bolla

    Look like my drawings from elementary, only a million times more eye candy! lovely

  • maple

    what the LSd is going on in this person’s mind? i like

  • ooh so fun!

  • The second one is great!
    the perspective of the drawing works perfectly

  • lapetitefaon

    these are incredible!

    • breakfast in europe

      these are really neat!

  • ooooh. this makes me so happy. yay! ♥ I love the use of hotdog illustration in the first one :]

  • I really love these. They have that childish vigor but they are also just really smart. Like those weird things coming from the void or the surprise in the mirror image. Funny. Playful. & SMART.

  • Morgan

    non-stop amazing stuff on his flickr as well!

  • My initial reaction was to fall in love.

  • i love these……

  • Tyler

    My reaction to these were that they were simple but very inspiring

  • mono_pro

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    GENIO

  • these are simply amazing





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