04.05.11 by Jeff

Boneface

Illustrations by Boneface.

illustrator boneface illustration drawings

illustrator boneface illustration drawings

illustrator boneface illustration drawings

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



  • :D

  • fantastic!

  • Lea

    To be a superhero is painful!

  • This is just too awesome.

  • droolin

    really cool style, really like em

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  • cool dude!

  • John

    Striking! great work!

  • ALEX.I

    this is so amazingly good I went on the website and ordered a t-shirt of the bleeding batman ^^,

  • lapetitefaon

    AHHHHHH! SO GOOD!

  • Tear gas!

  • Woah, this guy has his hate on for heroism!
    I’ve seen lots of parody artwork. You know… superheroes doing mundane or silly stuff. Just saw a drawing of Batman hanging underwear somewhere, but this stuff is rough.

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  • Joe

    All that’s missing is a POW…or BLAM! Huge fan of all three pieces!

  • Po0on Do0om

    Do ya think he’s heard of James Jirat Patradoon? Or iz he just a clone?

    • David Do

      yeah what a bastard. straight thievery of patradoon’s work. unbelievable.





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