10.03.11 by Jeff

500 Marker Drawings

I can’t remember the last time I bought a poster but I had to buy this one by Allister Lee (Studio B.I.B). He has spent the last decade collecting and illustrating black markers and this poster celebrates his 500th drawing. Get it here (while you still can).

*Just got word from Allister, he’s almost all out of posters but you can also get them via Equal Distribution and The Reed Space.

allister lee studio b.i.b 500 black marker poster drawing

Enjoy larger images of the drawings below!


allister lee studio b.i.b 500 black marker poster drawing

allister lee studio b.i.b 500 black marker poster drawing

allister lee studio b.i.b 500 black marker poster drawing

allister lee studio b.i.b 500 black marker poster drawing

allister lee studio b.i.b 500 black marker poster drawing

allister lee studio b.i.b 500 black marker poster drawing

allister lee studio b.i.b 500 black marker poster drawing

allister lee studio b.i.b 500 black marker poster drawing

allister lee studio b.i.b 500 black marker poster drawing

allister lee studio b.i.b 500 black marker poster drawing

allister lee studio b.i.b 500 black marker poster drawing

allister lee studio b.i.b 500 black marker poster drawing

allister lee studio b.i.b 500 black marker poster drawing

allister lee studio b.i.b 500 black marker poster drawing

allister lee studio b.i.b 500 black marker poster drawing

allister lee studio b.i.b 500 black marker poster drawing

allister lee studio b.i.b 500 black marker poster drawing

allister lee studio b.i.b 500 black marker poster drawing

allister lee studio b.i.b 500 black marker poster drawing

Thanks to Anne Koyama for the heads up!













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



  • Whoaaaa. Amazing.

    You’re exposed to so much art and design, I like that some pieces can have such an impact on you that you still get ‘that’ feeling over a work.

    This is also a little reminder that all the small things like doodles and drawings don’t feel like much of an accomplishment, but all of a sudden, hey, there is a body of work there.

    Okay, back to work.

    • True that. You never know when some little hobby turns into way more. If you do what you love you’ll end up with a lot of little threads like that (in my humble opinion of course)

  • wow, i just loved it the moment i looked at it

  • Greaaat!!!
    This work is amazing!

  • wow, cool idea :D
    And looks awesome ofcourse ^^

  • Very cool…
    I would like to see a similar project undertaken with whiteout/correction fluid, or maybe red pens, then see which colour would come out on top.
    Fight, fight, fight!

  • michelle ruby

    Awesome!

  • !

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  • Chelsea

    Sold Out!

  • Jose Essperado

    Watta beast!

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