01.06.11 by Jeff

Chamo San

Moleskine drawings by Chamo San.

Moleskine drawings by artist Chamo San

Moleskine drawings by artist Chamo San

Moleskine drawings by artist Chamo San

Moleskine drawings by artist Chamo San

Moleskine drawings by artist Chamo San













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



  • These are fantastic, I can’t stop looking at them.

  • very cool! love the old dude

  • lapetitefaon

    First and the one with the wolf are lovely!

  • that first one is fantastic.

  • nambo

    WOW!!!!!!! These are just simply amazing!! I can’t wait to do some of my work just like this or hopefully close to this..

  • droolin

    i wish i was good at life drawing

  • Steve

    What`s the material used to create the opaque white areas? Chalk? Paint Marker?
    These are wonderful!

  • Rik Hannon

    Wow, these are absolutely amazing.

  • LUNA

    my favorite is the one with the dude with the horns. they are all great even the saggy titty man!

  • Vader was my favorite <333

  • Hanna

    wow i really love this

  • 3 first are my favorites!!! great drawings!

  • lol i also did a bizarre version of that velazquez draw he did (the second one)
    http://lucasaguirre.deviantart.com/gallery/?offset=96#/df3102

    the first one is impressive

  • .

  • OMG!

  • yohji

    http://fore-f.deviantart.com/art/Rea-75655524?q=boost%3Apopular%20meta%3Aall&qo=415

    It’s the same image like in the first one… I wonder where the original is from. I like both though, but it’s a bit awkward.

  • guigu

    ooo madafokaa you’r great!!

  • Nice. Love the white lines.





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