26.04.11 by Jeff

Yosuke Goda

Drawings by Yosuke Goda.

Drawings by artist Yosuke Goda

Drawings by artist Yosuke Goda

Drawings by artist Yosuke Goda

Drawings by artist Yosuke Goda

Drawings by artist Yosuke Goda

Drawings by artist Yosuke Goda

Drawings by artist Yosuke Goda

Drawings by artist Yosuke Goda

Drawings by artist Yosuke Goda

Drawings by artist Yosuke Goda

Drawings by artist Yosuke Goda

Drawings by artist Yosuke Goda

Drawings by artist Yosuke Goda

Drawings by artist Yosuke Goda

Drawings by artist Yosuke Goda

Here’s a video of another one:













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



  • justin nelson

    mother of god.

    • Mary Sohn

      my thoughts, exactly.

  • fantastic! he must be tired though, haha.

  • sepanta

    wow,Soft and fluid. Pretty amazing.Congratulations

  • ah.. damn.

  • Dude’s the flippin’ man!

  • i want my room to look like that.

    • talus

      good luck with that one, man.

  • Amazing Work! I wonder what kind of pen he is using?

  • Wow.. Incredible, I’m speechless.

  • lapetitefaon

    wooooooow

  • SICK! i love this!

  • Brilliant drawing skills. It makes me want to see a whole building overtaken by them, creating a different world where people’s imaginations can run wild. You could draw using different mediums, a pitch black room with the drawings made in glow in the dark paint would be incredible.

  • Rhys

    Incredible, I’m stunned, reminds me of the mutant in one of the ending scenes in that classic japanese anime movie Akira.

  • Kj

    I love it! so much encompassing detail you can’t even comprehend it.

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  • Tea

    O.O what the hell?! If I was inside an isolated chamber, I know what to do to kill time. Excellent work :D

  • freenzi says: WOW
    *_*

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  • G.B.Ramakrishna Sastry Goda

    Kudoes to Yosuke Goda for his unimaginably imaginable Drawings.It looks like to me as “A man in beast and A beast in man.” It is an art of Animation and Graphics live by brae Hand. Thanks to Booooooom for presenting Yosuke Goda as a world class Artist.
    Dr.Ram Goda,Hyderabad,India

  • Mind blowing!!!! Really Superb…..

  • wish i could do that to a room

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  • Gabriel Avila-Mooney

    Where do I get pants like those?





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Photographer Camilo José Vergara has committed more than four decades of his life to his photographic archive project “Tracking Time”. Year after year he has returned to poor, minority communities around the United States to re-photograph them from the same vantage points. In 2013, Vergara was awarded the National Humanities Medal by President Barack Obama, and was the first photographer ever to receive this honour.

See more images of his incredible project below.

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