18.07.08 by Jeff

Seonna Hong

I’ve been interested in writing and illustrating a children’s book for some time now and whenever I come across work like this it goes into “the folder” for reference. Seonna Hong has got some great little paintings and she also has an Emmy. How many painters out there can say they’ve got an Emmy? Ok you’re right, anyone could “say” they’ve got an Emmy (why you gotta argue with me all the time?).

Read More

18.07.08 by Jeff

Sato Shintaro

Beautiful large-format (4 x 5) photography by Japanese photographer Sato Shintaro. The colours he captures are really incredible! I find there’s a kind of loneliness about his work.

booooooom photo photography photographer sato shintaro blog japan Read More

17.07.08 by Jeff

Eamo’s knuckle sandwich.

If Illustration had its own Olympics (idea copyrighted by Jeff Hamada 2008) , Eamo Donnelly could certainly captain the Australians to Olympic gold. He uses good old-fashion inks, brushes and pencils to start and finishes digitally. Great work with a unique look.

Read More

16.07.08 by Jeff

Yoshinori Kon

Fabulous photography by Yoshinori Kon. I love the amount of detail packed into his compositions, very cinematic – like we’re seeing a single frame from a sequence building up to the climax of a film.

Read More

16.07.08 by Jeff

Little Giants Volume One.

My buddy Bob Kronbauer is releasing his first film “Little Giants Volume One: Don Pendleton”. The film is a peek into the life of Don Pendleton whose breadth of amazing artwork for Alien Workshop alone is staggering, let alone his work for Element and other companies. Below are some of the faces you’ll see in the film – all singing Pendleton’s (well-deserved) praises. View the trailer below!

Read More