15.06.11 by Jeff

John Broadley

Drawings by John Broadley.

Artist John Broadley drawings

Artist John Broadley drawings

Artist John Broadley drawings

Artist John Broadley drawings

Artist John Broadley drawings

Artist John Broadley drawings

Artist John Broadley drawings













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



  • I <3 illustration type…it is awesome…

  • Great work, but love those mice best of all. A ship of ’em… how brilliant.

  • These are amazing, frenetic, super cool.

  • there’s an N the wrong way round or a J missing. otherwise top!

    • The man in the pipe is a J, and the dancers are an N. :)

  • so good.

  • That’s great! A lot of ideas and a lot of fun. I love the alphabet. And the following comics reminded me a bit of Crumb’s moods!

  • The second and fourth are GREAT. Loved them!

  • Greatly developed illustration types! The Alphabet and number two are my favourites.

    http://www.kleinewundertuete.blogspot.com

  • Sean Alexander

    really nice work. i like your spirit a lot.

  • djchay

    cool wizard of oz ref

  • John Broadley, new favorite illustrator. Thanks Boom <3

  • lapetitefaon

    wowwww I want the alphabet one as a poster!

  • Cool posters!!!! Love it!!! very funny!





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