09.08.10 by Jeff

Kristian Hammerstad

Illustrations by Kristian Hammerstad. Oslo, Norway.

illustration illustrator kristian hammerstad

illustration illustrator kristian hammerstad

illustration illustrator kristian hammerstad

illustration illustrator kristian hammerstad

illustration illustrator kristian hammerstad

illustration illustrator kristian hammerstad













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



  • Chumper

    Very Charles Burns. Love them!!!

  • Droolin

    awesmazing

  • Dylan

    I agree with Chumper, I also feel some Mike Allred in there.
    Very cool, but Charles Burns is still the ill master.
    *geeky confident chuckle*

  • Holly

    The first reminds me of my Brick by Brick poster which I love so much. Perfect.

  • Jenny

    AMAZING…..!!!

  • These are totally dope. I wish she’d make comics. Well, maybe she does. I haven’t looked. Or she should make comics with someone.

    Yes. In my humble opinion.

  • Bob Borker

    Why does everyone feel the need to compare people’s work with something else they’ve seen before? You can’t just accept things as something that you haven’t seen until just now, and give it it’s own ownership?





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