09.03.11 by Jeff

Stella Im Hultberg

Sketchbook pages, drawings by Stella Im Hultberg.

Artist Stella Im Hultberg sketchbook drawings

Artist Stella Im Hultberg sketchbook drawings

Artist Stella Im Hultberg sketchbook drawings

Artist Stella Im Hultberg sketchbook drawings

Artist Stella Im Hultberg sketchbook drawings

Artist Stella Im Hultberg sketchbook drawings

Artist Stella Im Hultberg sketchbook drawings

Artist Stella Im Hultberg sketchbook drawings

Artist Stella Im Hultberg sketchbook drawings

Artist Stella Im Hultberg sketchbook drawings

Artist Stella Im Hultberg sketchbook drawings

Artist Stella Im Hultberg sketchbook drawings

Artist Stella Im Hultberg sketchbook drawings

Artist Stella Im Hultberg sketchbook drawings

Artist Stella Im Hultberg sketchbook drawings

Artist Stella Im Hultberg sketchbook drawings

Artist Stella Im Hultberg sketchbook drawings













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



  • ALEX.I

    if only this was what MY sketchbook looked like…sighhhh i can only dream -_-

  • I’ve loved her work for so long, nice to see something a little less perfect – ideas and explorations!

  • Karolyn

    These are so beautiful. I am in love!

  • nice.. she’s got some really strong work!

  • absolutely love! these remind me of graffiti tag books for some reason…

  • fantastic work !

  • waah, LOVE IT!

  • stewart

    would make great skateboard decks

  • Stella, this is ART! thanks

  • Right hand page on 5th image looks like Natalie Portman in Leon.

  • yup. completely gorgeous. very inspiring.

  • Always interesting to peep inside someone’s sketchbook. Beautiful

  • This is beautiful and inspiring. <3

  • Beautiful sketchbook!

  • Melanie Silva

    yowza!

  • Cassie

    She’s the best.

  • Xeniya

    so stunning!love it)

  • These are beautiful!!!
    will definitely be showing these to the students at school :)
    thank you for sharing!!!
    I must also say I do enjoy typing the 7 o’s of booooooom whilst counting them and saying booooooom!!!

    • haha im glad you enjoy it

  • Sam

    Awesome! I wish my sketchbooks turned out that nice.

  • Droolin

    sketchbook is great!

  • i love the overlapping faces!

  • nice very nice is great is awesome a dont have some word what i said for it :D im so drunk but its so very well good sketchbook and its inspirate for me im so very happy when i saw it im death at now im going to sleep

  • lapetitefaon

    blown away, love the color! The zebras are very much my favorite!

  • so

    her art is def getting cooler!
    i remember her art looking too much like audrey kawasaki’s (maybe because i was looking at their collab.?)

  • I really love the expressive potraits.





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No heat, landlord in front of New St. and Newark St., Newark, 1980

New St. and Newark St., Newark, 2015

 

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See more images of his incredible project below.

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