14.01.13 by Jeff

Tom and James Draw

Tom and James Draw
Collaborative drawings by illustrator James Hancock and his brother Tom, who has Downs Syndrome. Love how their styles balance each other.

Tom and James Draw

Tom and James Draw

Tom and James Draw

Tom and James Draw

Tom and James Draw

Tom and James Draw

Tom and James Draw

Tom and James Draw

Tom and James Draw

Tom and James Draw

tomandjamesdraw.tumblr.com

jamesgulliverhancock.com

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



  • Laura Moscrop

    Absolutely love these! Right up my street. Fantastic colours as well. Thanks for sharing!

  • lepetitfaon

    Their styles do compliment one another! Cannot wait to share these with my students, perfect inspiration for an inclusive art class!

  • http://corygibbons.com/ Cory Gibbons

    These are great, love the illustration styles and colours

  • Adrienne

    This is the coolest thing I have ever seen

  • Jon

    Hey. Great work! I am a therapist working with kids who have autism. I often start sessions with an imitation drawing. I am NOT an illustrator but I love the work. Check it out at dailydesignspot.tumblr.com or @jonathanharper on instagram.

  • http://twitter.com/halfasleepshop Half Asleep Studio

    I love this!

  • Elle

    Wow that’s amazing! I like his hair too!

  • droolin

    nice.looking good.

  • Charlotte

    These are fantastic. Very inspiring. -Charlotte (Artist)





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