14.02.11 by Jeff

Liam Stevens

Drawings by Liam Stevens.

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illustrator illustrations liam stevens drawings

illustrator illustrations liam stevens drawings

illustrator illustrations liam stevens drawings

illustrator illustrations liam stevens drawings













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



  • I really love the third one, it makes me want drop out and go Walden.

  • Lhim

    good work, but on another note, what has happened to the blog, it’s missing some recent posts?

    • what do you mean?

      • ross

        it is, the creator of the mcdonalds skull was taken off. Only one I noticed. Still awesome though

      • not sure whats happening for you but when i search:
        http://www.booooooom.com/?s=french+fry

        its still there

  • Wow, great!

  • m

    wow. so magical, esp the first! amazing. are these graphite??

  • lapetitefaon

    wow! I love the depth to the first one!!!

    • Totally agree. It looks like it’s made of paper cut outs.

  • nice nice nice nice nice nice

  • Ana Petre

    The first one is ABSOLUTELY amazing! It conjures up really familiar feelings… strange.

  • beautiful!!

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  • Love the tone of this b/w drawings,especially the first one.





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