26.05.11 by Jeff

Ryan and Mia

A drawing by Ryan De La Hoz and Mia Christopher (going on my wall).

Ryan De La Hoz and Mia Christopher artist collaboration













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



  • It’s lovely. Surely, you must be running out of wall space.

    Also, can we see the bike?

    • haha i have a fair share of art up – ill track down a pic of the bike

      • Yes please.

        BTW I am so hooked on this blog, it’s truly the seat of inspiration. I’m checking it out at least twice a day. Usually 10.

  • looks great!

  • Byron

    Ha! I think we live in the same building! Nice piece by the way.

    • mt pleasant?

      • Byron

        Yes, it’s a good neighbourhood. High five.

      • sweet!

  • You lucky duck, you!

    • :) hows it goin kyle





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