17.02.11 by Jeff

Denise Nestor

Illustrations by Denise Nestor.

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illustrator illustration denise nestor

illustrator illustration denise nestor

illustrator illustration denise nestor

illustrator illustration denise nestor

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



  • Bree

    LOVE ❤

  • mp

    The first one looks like miranda july!

  • 4udeskin

    and fourth like Vincent Gallo

  • daphne

    so simple and yet so bizarre…! i love it

  • I always love delicate pencil drawings, and these are amazing!

  • i really enjoy the last one

  • <3

  • badass.

  • anny

    my mind exploded when i saw the third one.

  • love love love

  • Simone
  • love the last two part

  • lapetitefaon

    LOVE! Except well I hate to say it, but the first, I kind of…am not a fan of Miranda July. BUT! holy moly to the bunny mask and the second and third!

  • justin nelson

    yay, denise! her work is awesome and she is so humble and nice. much deserved attention!

  • attentive pencil portraits + coloured shapes + patterns

    _so_ <3

  • Lety

    Last two are Freha Beja?

    • jia

      really looks like Freja

  • georgie

    Such a beautiful fragile line! Love it. <3

  • Loved the works, it’s clean and works very well the simplicity of the graphite with some colour . My personal favourite it’s the forth drawing.
    Good work





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