14.10.11 by Jeff

James Jean

Some recent drawings from James Jean.

Sketchbook drawings by James Jean

Sketchbook drawings by James Jean

Sketchbook drawings by James Jean

Sketchbook drawings by James Jean

Sketchbook drawings by James Jean

http://jamesjean.com/













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



  • so great, I especially like the one with different line-colors! inspiring!

  • James Jean Wins!

  • Love it!

  • CM

    That’s some sketchin’

  • The 3rd one is AMAZING.

  • Morgan

    OH. MY. GOD.

  • J-S G

    I think he has more than the 24 hours a day us mortals get.

    • Joe

      Yeah, I agree. Or he doesn’t have a day job. Either way, he’s a genius who is probably gunna be remembered as the early 21st centuries master. A Picasso to be, I’m sure.

  • Stunning is all I can say

  • Joost the Host

    He’s amazing! These drawing are so interesting and contain so much detail. I’ve went to the sketchtravel + REBUS signing to meet him, he’s a really nice and inspiring person!

  • toastrander

    These are so incredible!

  • amazing!! reminds me of spanish graffiti artist ARYZ

  • One of the world’s best living artist’s today, amazing every time

  • lapetitefaon

    christ, ugh, these make me feel like I’m way too impatient and rushed in any work I’ve ever done, these are incredible





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