02.12.10 by Jeff

Jérôme Meynen

Incredible ink drawings by Jérôme Meynen.

artist jerome meynen ink drawings

artist jerome meynen ink drawings

artist jerome meynen ink drawings

artist jerome meynen ink drawings

artist jerome meynen ink drawings

artist jerome meynen ink drawings

artist jerome meynen ink drawings

artist jerome meynen ink drawings

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

  • http://toki-woki.net Quentin

    Mix between M.C. Escher and Piet Parra?

  • lizzboa

    looks like something pretty distinct to me

  • http://www.lukasdesimone.com.ar Luke

    its difficult to explain what i feel.
    its like a book.

  • http://alexandercline.blogspot.com Alex

    Anyone know what kind of pens he uses?

  • http://oritoor.com ori toor

    I’m completely blown away. how old is this guy?

  • http://hellomonsters.wordpress.com/ jerome meynen

    hell’o everybody more work here :http://hellomonsters.wordpress.com/

  • http://roberthardgrave.com/ Robert

    Hello Monsters have a great book out called Carnival of Charlatans which is well worth the price. Great work Jerome!

  • http://www.aurelievitoux.com – aurelie –

    Really nice! Makes me think of Escher too :)
    Colorful works are very nice too!!

  • http://benjermaindupri.blogspot.com Benjamin

    a bit of Bosch in there as well

  • Tyler Austin Bradley

    Stark, and, while populated by plenty of figures, lonely, too. Nice job.

  • jybaby


  • me

    Escher meets Genvieve Gauckler meets with Parra

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