24.07.13 by Jeff

Maximillian Quy

Artist Illustrator Maximillian Quy

Drawings by artist illustrator Maximillian Quy. Auckland, New Zealand. Lots more below!

Artist Illustrator Maximillian Quy

Artist Illustrator Maximillian Quy

Artist Illustrator Maximillian Quy

Artist Illustrator Maximillian Quy

Artist Illustrator Maximillian Quy

Artist Illustrator Maximillian Quy

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



  • Oskar Casio

    Finally! His work is amazing!

  • Julian

    Been waiting for when you’d feature him on your blog. :) Love his works.

    • if you had told me i woulda done it sooner haha

      • Maxiquy

        Thank you for the feature! Honoured.

  • Nadeem

    Two thumbs up.

  • lane

    <3<3 mad talent!

  • jenNIFer

    haunting and beautiful.

  • Marisol Cabrera

    The first reminds me of my own style (I paint almost strictly in black and white) so i thought it was watercolor at first. I don’t claim to be as awesome as he but this really did inspire me to keep working at my techniques. Accurately found this under the “random inspiration” link
    On second thought, the first few /are/ watercolor aren’t they?

  • dylan

    fourth one and last one are friggin beautiful





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