25.07.11 by Jeff

Sam Vanallemeersch

Drawings by Sam Vanallemeersch.

drawings by artist Sam Vanallemeersch

drawings by artist Sam Vanallemeersch

drawings by artist Sam Vanallemeersch

drawings by artist Sam Vanallemeersch

drawings by artist Sam Vanallemeersch

drawings by artist Sam Vanallemeersch

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



  • JOEY

    whoooa the characters n colours in these are somethin’ else!

  • I’m in love with these! These kinds of multifaceted scenes are always my favorite, and the colors are incredible!

  • I’m a huge fan of these. What a great use of wet and dry drawing media…the line work is super excellent. An incredibly loosely confident artistic production, bravo!

  • lapetitefaon

    difficult to make out but in a GOOD WAY! The technique really draws you in!

  • Ana

    So much love for this. Great work.

  • Love the light. Love the perspective, which I guess would fail without the perfect use of color and white space. Yum.

  • Yes! This is so wonderful.

  • Joseph Varano

    motion captured in 2D media, and so beautiful..

  • I really love this style!!!! Great works!!!

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  • CARLOS SOTOMAYOR

    MARAVILLOSO!

  • dj

    amazing!

  • vahid

    Great work.





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