24.11.11 by Jeff

Katie Scott

Illustrations by Katie Scott.

Illustrator Katie Scott

Illustrator Katie Scott

Illustrator Katie Scott

Illustrator Katie Scott

katie-scott.com













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



  • Kevin

    Wow these immediately caught my eye. This is some of the freshest work I’ve seen in awhile. I love the details and colors.

  • Ha Kyeoungmin

    Wow haha I love these colors and these look like gracious marine

  • YES!

  • Rain

    I bet there are sea creatures that look EXACTLY like that somewhere in the ocean.

  • Looks like somewhere between real science illustration but form imagination!

  • These are great !! check out work by Ernst Haeckel its of a similar style and subject matter :) x

  • ALEX.I

    YES!!! she is amazing!!! she did the new Bombay bicycle club album cover(if you haven’t heard it before GO LISTEN NOW! SO GOOD!) and yhh when i first saw her work i immediately thought of ernst haeckel!!! it reminds me too much of his illustrations!!! either way really good work from her!

  • barry bogus

    too much love

  • How are these made?

    They’re awesome

  • Tamara

    super beautiful <3

  • Lea

    These creatures reminds me of the film we watched in biology class today.

  • omg i really want to know more about this woman!! I want to base my A-level artwork around her but need info on her but Katie Scott is such a common name can’t seem to find anything really! :( But I love her wor… especially on the bombay bicycle club albums! <3





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