14.07.11 by Jeff

Leyva Omero

Drawings by Leyva Omero.

drawings by Artist Leyva Omero

drawings by Artist Leyva Omero

drawings by Artist Leyva Omero

drawings by Artist Leyva Omero

drawings by Artist Leyva Omero













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



  • Absolutely amazing, and subject matter is perfect for this style of illustration. Modern noir.

  • Powerful work, apocolyptic almost

  • Pingback: Leyva Omero | streams of perpendicular thought.()

  • I love the movement in these and the surrealism.

  • I am in awe of these, but… is his name actually Omero Leyva?

  • These are amazing, like HeyItsAlexP mentioned, the noir elements are great. The third image is kind of… disturbing to me, in a good way (??? I have no idea how else to describe it). The faceless figures and the way the different parts are swept together are very intense.

  • lovely details and great sense of (static?) movement.





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