15.10.10 by Jeff

Kaye Blegvad

“Potato Baby”, drawings by Kaye Blegvad. London. This is great.

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illustrator illustration kaye blegvad drawings potato baby

illustrator illustration kaye blegvad drawings potato baby

illustrator illustration kaye blegvad drawings potato baby

illustrator illustration kaye blegvad drawings potato baby

illustrator illustration kaye blegvad drawings potato baby













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



  • lapetitefaon

    this is so creepy

  • This is so crazyyy!! That´s why I love it!

  • Ann

    ABSOLUTE LOVE all
    hahah so funny

  • Waaah, creepy…

  • kelvin

    I want to eat it!

  • fiorella

    insane human behavior. i like the idea of the children story, presenting consecutive actions narrated so simply and without real weight. disassociation… creepiness. the unconscious is always linked to our childhood.

  • Jimmle

    I like this, but it reminds me a lot of David Shrigley?

  • This is great! Is Kaye Blegvad any relation to Peter Blegvad of Henry Cow or, indeed, Leviathan fame?

  • Parker

    Hahahaha

  • Jocelyn McCanles

    Is this based on Aimee Bender’s short story “Dearth”, about a woman who grows potato children? Just wondering. Regardless, I love it! The story AND the illustrations…

  • ALEX.

    hahhaha GRUESOME! in a way that i kinda like…we’re all slaves to human nature ^^,…..

  • Thanks for featuring me!
    Simon Palmer- yes, Peter Blegvad is my dad!
    Jocelyn McCanles: I don’t know that story, but I’ll look it up.

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