04.01.11 by Jeff

Jillian Tamaki

Illustrations by Jillian Tamaki.

illustrations by illustrator jillian tamaki

illustrations by illustrator jillian tamaki

illustrations by illustrator jillian tamaki

illustrations by illustrator jillian tamaki

illustrations by illustrator jillian tamaki













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



  • the poster is especially gorgeous!

    • Seb

      hey mr jeff
      when are we going to hear about the haiku’s?
      i’m reading for my prize!!!! :D
      confidence is key

      happy 2011 from new zealand

      • Seb

        ready*

  • Dalton Sjogren

    Her and Sam Weber….talk about a power couple.

  • Really great!

  • Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiick. Really tight illustrations. Thanks for sharing.

  • Magda

    Sweet I didn’t even know about TCAF! Thanks for putting up the poster too, now I know what I am doing May 7th and 8th!

  • Fantastic. Wish I was in Toronto for this. The SF one was great.

  • sergio young

    thi is inspiration <3

  • Brianna

    The turtle is pure magic.

  • Ellen

    was the turtle in the new yorker? I think it was..

  • Sandy

    Jillian is one of my favourite illustrators of all time. She’s illustrated a graphic novel called Skim (which I sadly still haven’t had the chance to pick up yet) if anyone likes her stuff.

  • Skim is wonderful. I found the line work to be beautiful and the story captivating. I second Sandy’s recommendation.

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