01.10.15 by Jeff

Will Laren’s Tat Squad #3 Zine

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One of my absolute favourite artists on this whole damn planet, Will Laren, is releasing a new zine Tat Squad #3. I’m the proud owner of a couple original drawings by him and a huge supporter of what he does because everything he makes is my favourite. Go follow him on Tumblr, and Instagram, and order his zine.

He wanted me to tell you his Tat Squad Oath is that if anyone out there gets a real tattoo of one of his designs in the zine that entitles you to free Tat Squad zines for life (all future issues).

Have a look at more drawings from the zine below.

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



  • Eric Hosford

    these are great. I would love some rub on tattoos of these bad boys.

  • shmoopty

    Will Laren is an endless fountain of great.

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