08.09.10 by Jeff

Sam Vanallemeersch

Glorious drawings from the sketchbook of Sam Vanallemeersch.

sam vanallemeersch drawing artist sketchbook

sam vanallemeersch drawing artist sketchbook

sam vanallemeersch drawing artist sketchbook

sam vanallemeersch drawing artist sketchbook

sam vanallemeersch drawing artist sketchbook

sam vanallemeersch drawing artist sketchbook

sam vanallemeersch drawing artist sketchbook

sam vanallemeersch drawing artist sketchbook

sam vanallemeersch drawing artist sketchbook

sam vanallemeersch drawing artist sketchbook

sam vanallemeersch drawing artist sketchbook

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



  • Such an inspiring sketchbook! I seriously love this.

    • he is slowly working on an epic comic, i can’t wait

  • that is outstanding!!

  • Ludwig Von Peach

    nice Belgium en force!
    good to see some vlaams dialect on booooooom.
    if sam would read this -> zalig werk! zijt ge van mechelen?

  • WOW!!!

  • his sketches are awesome… way better than his illustrations. following him via flickr is pretty great.

  • sam

    Thanks for featuring me!
    (and mister ludwig, nope, antwerpen dus)

    • amazing work Sam – please let me know when you finish that comic – the pages you’ve shown look incredible

      • sam

        well, i’m still working on it. and the pages on flickr i’ve… well, i didn’t actually throw them away, but locked ’em away somewhere as i couldn’t stand the color scheme and the drawings anymore. not loose enough, too much ‘trying’ in the air, can’t stand that.

        but we’re working on it! so who knows…

    • maartensmets

      sam: ok een bitje van turnhaawt ey, en nie weinig ok nie

  • Simoooooo

    THE COLOURS ARE BRILLIAAAAANT

  • dripping with sweet sweet madness.
    big fan.

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  • Mina

    HOLY shizz i can’t express how much i love these

    @#!#$@% ~~~~ !!~ ~! ! !

  • so

    my kind of art! i was inspired by similar artists that i’ve been collaborating with online the past few years and it helped me develop my own style.
    cheers to you sam, your work is astounding :)





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