01.02.11 by Jeff

Edward Kinsella

Recent work from Edward Kinsella.

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



  • so rad! really diggin’ the last one.

  • So good!!

  • Jordan

    Love how this guy uses tangents to his advantage!

  • No way! I love these.

  • Oh yea….

  • david

    ttttiiiiiggghhhttt

  • The last one is great! Wow.

  • James Arroyo Roppo

    reminds me of princess mononoke! love the first one and last two, stellar work!

  • Niv

    The last one is gorgeous. The arm steadying the bow…

  • lapetitefaon

    Beautiful and so so spooky!

  • Love Teds work..

  • zach

    woah dees are gems

  • love the wolfwarriors!

  • these are terrific! – reminds us a little of comic book artist Jon J. Muth’s work, only sharper.
    We’d love to frame something like this.

  • Steve

    I really like the 1rst one and the wolf warrior one :D.

  • Ted, beautiful work- bout time some folks paid attention!

    • hey sterling, email me when you have some new work – would love to post you again

      • Jeff,

        Thanks so much- I’d love to! I love following your blog!

      • Jeff,

        I’ve gathered some work, where should I send it? I believe your submit section is down.

        best,

        Sterling
        804.306.9536

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  • very cool!

  • Urrrica

    Gorgeous and I love the mythological references, whether or not such was the intention…





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