01.09.10 by Jeff

Victo Ngai

Illustrations by Victo Ngai.

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illustrator illustration victo ngai

illustrator illustration victo ngai

illustrator illustration victo ngai

illustrator illustration victo ngai













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



  • i LOVE that first illustration, that’s how i feel at the barber

  • luv the bears

  • lapetitefaon

    oh my gosh oh my gosh oh my gosh I LOOOOOVE the first and second! ESPECIALLY THE SECOND! http://www.victo-ngai.com/updown.html my other favorite!

  • This dude reminds me of Yuko Shimuzu in the sense that they’re work seems to marry old asian paintings with modern aesthetics. Love his color palette!

    • Maciel V

      Wow my grammar is hideous today…

      • jefflo

        victo’s a girl

  • so

    absolutely adore that second to last piece!

  • haha yeah that first illo is pretty great – brings back memories of my haircuts as a child.

    there’s some great texture in these.

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  • fiorella

    love them all! so much movement and evocation.

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  • lotusgreen

    The master’s voice.





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