12.09.11 by Jeff

Wesley Allsbrook

Illustrations by Wesley Allsbrook.

Illustrator Wesley Allsbrook

Illustrator Wesley Allsbrook

Illustrator Wesley Allsbrook

Illustrator Wesley Allsbrook













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



  • gnc9400

    Impressively accurate and expressive. Compliments!

  • Nice sense of adventure and exploration about the work. Love the lines too

  • absolutely gorgeous. love the lines in her feet and curve of her legs.

  • beautifull work kind of a woodcut style ! thank you for share 🙂

  • I like the use of lines.

  • Terrel

    this is wonderful!

  • DJ

    beautiful!

    looks very similar to Rafael Grampa’s stuff -> http://furrywater.wordpress.com/

  • Beautiful – reminds me a lot of Jilian Tamaki

  • Dangg, that last one is killer!

  • Steve

    Reminds me of Paul Pope, love the figures!!

  • janikons

    The line work is on point, so ill! I really like the color scheme in the 2nd one.





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