20.01.12 by Jeff

Robert Hardgrave

Drawings by artist Robert Hardgrave
Drawings by Robert Hardgrave.

Drawings by artist Robert Hardgrave

Drawings by artist Robert Hardgrave

Drawings by artist Robert Hardgrave

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



  • These are awesome! He is one of my favorites.

  • robert tries new things all the time and always succeeds, remaining instantly recognizable as something only he could have created while doing so. bravo, mr hardgrave!

    • yea its amazing how different these are and yet still recognizably hardgrave

  • These are beautiful!

  • Lindsey

    Absolutely ADORE these. Jesus, one of my all time fav booooooom posts. I want prints!!!!!!

  • Amazing!!

    http://nailpolishnp.blogspot.com/ art – fashion – life

  • neo-futurism?

    excellent stuff!

  • Thank you Jeff for posting. Here is a link to a few more from that batch of drawings.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/_farmerbob_/sets/72157627601149199/detail/

    • awesome stuff robert! im gonna add more from your flickr to this post! so good

  • very nice work, the drawings have that old
    led pencil look. I find this when running through pencil drawings that are over 20 years old. 
     





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