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

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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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