16.03.11 by Jeff

Joe Van Wetering

Illustrations by Joe Van Wetering.

Illustrator Joe Van Wetering illustration

Illustrator Joe Van Wetering illustration

Illustrator Joe Van Wetering illustration













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



  • http://about.me/vanessadtam Vanessa

    woah! the depth and dimension is awesome!

  • Alejandra

    I like how it look like to things.
    It looks like different colors of buckets of paint spilled all over that place, and the other one it like a big endless hole.

  • http://www.threadless.com/profile/796238/Resistance Lucas Knisely

    So dope!!!

  • http://www.iamcaty.com Caty

    love the third image :]

  • http://www.joevw.com Joe Van Wetering

    Thanks for the post Jeff!

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ Jeff

      cheers joe

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