15.11.13 by Jeff

Stefan Glerum

Illustrator Stefan Glerum

Illustrations by Stefan Glerum, who lives and works in Amsterdam. Russian Constructivism, Art Deco, Bauhaus, this guys is as good as it gets. More below!


Illustrator Stefan Glerum

 

Illustrator Stefan Glerum

Illustrator Stefan Glerum

 

Illustrator Stefan Glerum

 

Illustrator Stefan Glerum

 

Illustrator Stefan Glerum

 

Illustrator Stefan Glerum

 

Illustrator Stefan Glerum

 

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



  • tcass

    These are great.

  • ohnj

    these are the best ever, really inspiring

  • ArtWorldExhibits

    Very unusual designs. Great work.

  • Stian Rasmussen

    So Rad

  • Rebecca Tritschler

    these are really wonderful! a feast for the eyes

  • http://www.MyNameIsAxel.com/ Axel B

    Love it.

  • Matt Langdon

    Similar to Joost Swarte. [Update – from his site: “He also worked as an assistant to one of the country’s most celebrated comic artists, Joost Swarte”.] Makes sense.





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