07.03.14 by Jeff

Daniel K. Sparkes

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More of artist Daniel K. Sparkes drawings (some over top of other images). Found via March Submissions. More below.


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



  • Jack Whinnery

    Awesome! Reminds me a little of that artist Swamp Donkey. The drawings on old pictures are perfect.

    • ya i can see a similarity

      • Constantin Malmare

        I think you miss judging. He’s dissecting the images rather than decorating them with a mask. Technique is all that they have in common, the imagination outlines this guy.

  • I’m pretty sure i remember his work from an awesome book called “Scrawl” that i had years ago. Possibly it was in another book but i remember seeing his stuff somewhere under his alias and just being fascinated. Great artist.

  • Daniel Sparkes

    Thanks Jeff!

  • Jonathan Mthsn

    THIS IS MUDWIG no?





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