30.03.11 by Jeff

Emily Robertson

Drawings by Emily Robertson.

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illustrator emily robertson illustration

illustrator emily robertson illustration

illustrator emily robertson illustration

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



  • These are really quirky/cool, I’d love to see her take a crack at fashion illustration.

  • i love the old lady! hooray for her, she did it! 😀

  • The second one is amazing, cant beleive how good it is!

  • Hello! Thanks for this lovely post and even lovelier comments. Has made my day!! x

    • cheers emily, great work

  • lapetitefaon

    stunning! I especially love the details of the floor in the fourth one and the second one with the ink blots /turned faces, something really whimsical about it!

  • Benjamin

    First one, subject based on sartorialist photo? or inspired by?

    Some great work

  • The first one was an illustration made in collaboration with this guy http://imaginaryportraits.tumblr.com/. And yes inspired by the people you see in fashion blogs.

  • Theo

    shit a rib these are great





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