23.07.10 by Jeff

James Jean

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artist james jean drawings paintings

artist james jean drawings paintings

artist james jean drawings paintings

artist james jean drawings paintings

artist james jean drawings paintings

artist james jean drawings paintings

artist james jean drawings paintings

artist james jean drawings paintings

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



  • OMG. Amazing.

  • Michael

    I love his sketches- the foliage and plants are amazing. I love the plants that are more unusual like the ones in sketch farthest down on the page.

  • lilith

    fine work!inspiring.get lost in them.

  • Zarina Kay

    I wish I was James Jean.

  • emilyrugburn

    These are great!
    Is it just my imagination or it the a phallic theme happening?

  • the third is amazing, I like the color details, nice contrast

  • They’re just gorgeous. Although a double page spread in a moleskine usually ups the wow for me. I’m so fickle.

  • the detail! amazing

  • Ruth

    I love the little details, like the horse the girl is holding in the green painting (which is my fave, btw). And emilyrugburn, I don’t think it’s just your imagination; I noticed it too!

  • Atilismo

    Ohh!!men!amazing! I love your work!!Congratulations! EnjoY whit your pens! byE!from Spain!





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