21.12.10 by Jeff

Jesse Fillingham

Drawings by Jesse Fillingham.

artist jesse fillingham drawings

artist jesse fillingham drawings

artist jesse fillingham drawings

artist jesse fillingham drawings

artist jesse fillingham drawings

artist jesse fillingham drawings

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



  • Lea

    Fixed by the piercing glance of the lion. <3

  • Ellen

    I like Jesse’s depiction of flesh. It looks heavy and softly wrinkled/worn especially in the case of 2+3. In 1 it makes me believe in unicorns.

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  • Hell yeah Jesse! I am so glad to see you on here. Congrats on all your success lately!

  • The first image is really amazing. A brilliantly unspecified myth. The rest are… studies for the first? I don’t know. I’d rather see them as such than to have to judge them at the same level as the first one. Thanks for sharing!

  • gruesome and beautiful!

  • So wonderful!!

  • Really great drawings

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