04.04.11 by Jeff

Allyson Mellberg

More drawings by Allyson Mellberg.

artist allyson mellberg

artist allyson mellberg

artist allyson mellberg

artist allyson mellberg

artist allyson mellberg

artist allyson mellberg

artist allyson mellberg

artist allyson mellberg

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



  • Love the image of the girl lying next to coral.

  • lapetitefaon

    oh my god, so special, I’m in love with the spotted animals the girl is holding

  • goodness gracious!

    • my thoughts exactly

  • More than awesom!

  • More than awesome!

  • the last one with the two girls is great, their hands and faces…and them being half under water, nice :)

    i try to give faces and hands the necessary attention in my own drawings…
    http://www.birdbee.be/blog-2

  • Surreal and somewhat disturbing… just my type of art!

  • Rain

    Hm. They majority of them seem to depict a lot of our destructive human habits. Wonderful pieces.

  • nik

    absolutely adore everything about her! <3

  • i always admire watercolor. i love this set very playful.





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