23.11.11 by Jeff

Mark Hall-Patch

Etsy find of the day! Watercolour illustrations by Mark Hall-Patch.

Watercolour illustrations by Mark Hall-Patch on etsy

Watercolour illustrations by Mark Hall-Patch on etsy

Watercolour illustrations by Mark Hall-Patch on etsy

Watercolour illustrations by Mark Hall-Patch on etsy

Watercolour illustrations by Mark Hall-Patch on etsy

Watercolour illustrations by Mark Hall-Patch on etsy

Watercolour illustrations by Mark Hall-Patch on etsy

Watercolour illustrations by Mark Hall-Patch on etsy

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



  • Great! :D

  • oooh coool! i like these. he must be related to vanessa hall-patch who works in continuing studies @ emily carr. (i was her student monitor for a semester.)

    • could be – i believe he’s from here as well

  • WASS

    Woo! U of A!

  • M. Gordy

    Wow, he really nails the feel and weight of the different fabric styles. Very rad.

  • Lemme see more of this! Too good.

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