06.10.10 by Jeff

Patrick Lee

“Deadly Friends”, graphite drawings by Patrick Lee.

graphite drawings deadly friends patrick lee

graphite drawings deadly friends patrick lee

graphite drawings deadly friends patrick lee

graphite drawings deadly friends patrick lee

graphite drawings deadly friends patrick lee

graphite drawings deadly friends patrick lee

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

  • HY

    second one looks like brad pitt, no?

    • http://www.deptm2.com mike m

      Yes I thought that too!

  • Lau

    It’s almos unbelieveble that this is graphite drawings!

  • lapetitefaon

    oh my god love love love love these, the smoke blowing out of the guys nostrils, ahhhh!!!

  • http://addictedtowalls.com Nolan Haan

    LOTS of people can draw well with a pencil, but this artist is something special. Terrific concept and very consistent.

  • http://lensverse.com/ LensVerse

    It’s hard to believe these are actually drawings. Very impressive.

  • lucas

    taking graphite to the next level :D!!!

  • Oliver


  • http://www.thedart.ca Jay Dart

    Now that’s how ye be a drawist.

  • http://www.cementum.co.uk Richard

    love these, serious talent, weirdly, reminds me of that guy who did the pencil drawings of dinosaurs for jurassic park who’s name i cant remember!

  • liz

    does patrick lee have a website?

  • http://www.flickr.com/aaronlockhart Aaron

    I saw these in an exhibition of his in a gallery in Chelsea, NY. They are phenomenal in person!

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