05.04.11 by Jeff

Mayumi Otero

Children’s story illustrations by Mayumi Otero.

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illustrator mayumi otero illustration

illustrator mayumi otero illustration

illustrator mayumi otero illustration

illustrator mayumi otero illustration

illustrator mayumi otero illustration

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



  • these are incredible!

  • Love the limited color palette.

  • haha, the giant egg is hilarious :D
    and the white paint on the tiger is great, just a blank space

  • Amelie

    I really like these choices of colors! And i also like the unrealistic perspective

  • Niv

    SO good. Wow.

  • lapetitefaon

    wow, wow, wow I love these and am happily searching everything on (her/his?) website, everything is brilliant! Especially the can of paint on the tigers face!

    • ya i love that one because the tiger is part of the wall at that point!

  • triangulo

    increible! me encanto y me hizo sentir muy bien muchas gracias por alegrarme la mañana :D + 10000000

  • love his work!

  • Lea

    Whats the name of the story?

  • Oh lord, i’m in love!





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