10.06.11 by Jeff

Matthew Woodson

Drawings by Matthew Woodson.

Illustrator Matthew Woodson illustration

Illustrator Matthew Woodson illustration

Illustrator Matthew Woodson illustration

Illustrator Matthew Woodson illustration

Illustrator Matthew Woodson illustration

Illustrator Matthew Woodson illustration













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



  • Magda

    I like these

  • Howard Holloway

    Brilliant work. Definitely worth a browse through personal work on his website

  • Another one of my favorites from years ago. So strange that he an Brandi are featured on the same day.

  • love the tattoos!

  • been following his work for a while, his stuff is phenomenal. i agree with kristin, the tattoos are great.

  • One of my favorite artists, looks like he has some new work since last I checked!

  • tk

    really liking this, especially the details like the tattoo. her works for magazines are great too!

  • I love this image¡

  • Nambo

    YEs, these are just great!!!!

  • Oh man, I remember reading a blog post by mathew ages ago where he said he got a spider bite, and the medical costs that resulted pretty much destroyed him. It was really sad.

    I lost his site, and couldnt remember his name, so Im stoked you’ve linked him. Also stoked that he’s still making amazing work.

  • I’m a HUGE fan of Matthew’s Work. Have been for years.
    I did this illustration about 1 and a half years ago. Had it on my site for a long time and pulled it off. Played with it again recently and posted it on dribbble here: http://dribbble.com/shots/133924-Playing-with-CS5-Illustrator-Brushes

    It was originally based on a photo that yes, the face was very similar, but the girl in the photo had giant hair with braids…

    What up!? :) Honestly, a little flattered.
    Cheers!

    • Aaron Scamihorn

      Whoops. My Bad. Totally wrong. Found the original. We both used the same reference photo. heh. Sorry Matthew. Huge fan, seriously.

  • Jameson

    Seriously blow away by all of these and the vast collection on his site. So inspiring.





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