24.01.11 by Jeff

Luca Mantovanelli

Drawings by Luca Mantovanelli.

illustration illustrator luca mantovanelli drawings

illustration illustrator luca mantovanelli drawings

illustration illustrator luca mantovanelli drawings

illustration illustrator luca mantovanelli drawings

illustration illustrator luca mantovanelli drawings

illustration illustrator luca mantovanelli drawings

illustration illustrator luca mantovanelli drawings

illustration illustrator luca mantovanelli drawings













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



  • Brianna

    These are AMAZING! It’s great to see the male face in art for a change!

  • http://art-sponge.com/ Patrick

    so delicate

  • http://www.martineseedorff.dk Martine

    Lovely the use of black/white at the human and colours at the birds makes it even brilliant!

  • http://www.leonsparkes.tumblr.com Mr Sparkes

    Interesting combination. Very nice.

  • NCIK

    orgasm faces are hard to draw. also, love the relationship between the face and birds.

  • alexandre

    orgasmatic!

  • ben

    My five bucks say the guy in the second picture is Malachi Marx.

  • http://www.issole.blogspot.com luis hevia

    A proposito de animales y humanos. El sitio de una artista argentina, Lucia Harari.
    http://www.palitos-de-la-selva.blogspot.com

    Saludos.

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  • Pamela

    I love these!

  • lapetitefaon

    Oh my god, beautiful! Love the delicate shading of the birds

  • http://ArtistsinProgress.wordpress.com artistsinprogress

    Nice push ‘n pull between sweet drawings with lovely birds versus a soft orgasmic ecstasy.

  • http://jennykendler.com Jenny

    Really like these. As someone who makes work with an environmental message, I work a lot with imagery of endangered and extinct birds.

    It’s interesting to note that all the birds depicted are extinct (Passenger Pigeon, Ivory-billed Woodpecker, Carolina Parakeet.) I think the birds in the 5th one down are Guam Micronesian Kingfishers, which luckily are only extinct in the wild. There’s a healthy breeding population in captivity.

    I’m going to have to go check out his website for some more info…very intriguing… :)

  • http://prettylittleinnocence.tumblr.com/ bethany

    wow i’m so impressed with your work!! truely amazing, keep it up:-)!!





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