19.06.13 by Jeff

Kilian Eng

Artist illustrator Kilian Eng
Illustrations by Kilian Eng. The best in the game as far as I’m concerned. Lots more below!

Artist illustrator Kilian Eng

Artist illustrator Kilian Eng

Artist illustrator Kilian Eng

Artist illustrator Kilian Eng

Artist illustrator Kilian Eng

Artist illustrator Kilian Eng

Artist illustrator Kilian Eng

Artist illustrator Kilian Eng

Artist illustrator Kilian Eng

Kilian Eng

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



  • the good machinery

    such a good stuff.second and third picture remind me so much ofn Masha Krasnova Shabaeva work.but hers is much more crazier.

  • PIGSONMYKNEES

    holy shit yes!

  • Kelvin Yip

    No denying killian’s skills as an artist but I cant shake the heavy moebius influences in his works. Makes me admire his skills but think he needs to grow a little and find a style distinctive to himself.

    • Ninetone

      Just like Moebius I see he has many different styles going on, some can definitely remind of artists like Moebius, Druillet or Schuiten but which artist doesn’t have influences? To only point his style towards the similarities to French legends is a bit too easy I think.

  • Ricardo Voss Rossi

    This are Awesome !! totally agree with the reminiscence to Moebius, yesterday i got my hands on the Long Tomorrow and i wish that Jodorowsky would have been able to actually shoot Dune, would have been an Epic movie like no other !! The team he assembled was out of the charts !!!





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