12.10.11 by Jeff

Spunky Zoe

Drawings by Korean artist Spunky Zoe.

Drawings by artist Spunky Zoe

Drawings by artist Spunky Zoe

Drawings by artist Spunky Zoe

Drawings by artist Spunky Zoe

Drawings by artist Spunky Zoe

Drawings by artist Spunky Zoe

Drawings by artist Spunky Zoe

Drawings by artist Spunky Zoe

Drawings by artist Spunky Zoe

Drawings by artist Spunky Zoe

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



  • Impressive. They are so large. I mean, I do detailed drawings but not often on such a large scale. They must take him forever. Can you say hand cramp?

  • impressive is right!

  • damn. these are so gorgeous.

  • Johanna

    wow. just…wow.

  • lepetitefaon

    lawdy, such technique and wowww imagination, like, incredible!

  • David

    beautiful. brilliant imagination. use of colour is bang on too

  • I really love these! I have to do some figure drawing homework right now and these are for sure inspiring! What mediums are you using?

    • the stipling is so effective

  • Seb

    How does she/he work color into the drawing? before or after the fact? and what with?

  • The human hand is so tech, i mean everything about them is dope and madd useful too.
    ahh too many beers in my nimble hand tonight. useful and destructive.

  • amazing technique! the thought of doing a drawing that large with just a pen stresses me out.





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