27.06.12 by Jeff

Conor Nolan

Illustrator Conor Nolan
Illustrations by Conor Nolan.

Illustrator Conor Nolan

Illustrator Conor Nolan

Illustrator Conor Nolan

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



  • wow. that first one elicits such wonder

  • Guest

    dark and gorgeous

  • Mokasi

    this make me think of teh fables graphic novel covers ! beautifully subdued colours and enchanting imagery!

  • nolanillustration

    Hey Jeff,
    I know this page was uploaded a while ago but I still visit it from time to time to geek out and smile. I’m truly honored to have been featured on booooooom.com, thank you sincerely for including me. Keep up the terrific work and best of luck for the future.
    Best regards,
    Conor

  • my pleasure man, i’m glad its something you enjoy looking at! happy to do it





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Sunwheel Made Up of Hundreds of Gold Plates

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