12.05.08 by Jeff

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I need this book. Translating Hollywood is a new book coming out by Sam Sarowitz. The book focuses on interesting and downright bizarre foreign movie posters for American films. I found this superb Japanese poster for Army of Darkness from the book, over at Posterwire. Only some crazy Japanese person would add those soup cans in there, a pun so bad that it borders on genius. (Click the image for the full size!)

The Aqua Teen Hunger Force version of the same poster as well as a comparison of the U.S. and Polish versions of a poster for Tootsie after the jump…

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Polish Tootsie poster VS U.S. Tootsie poster (the Polish one looks more like my friday night!)













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







11.02.16 by Staff

Photographer Profile: Zun Lee

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Another fantastic profile in the InFrame series. This instalment focuses on Zun Lee who initially took up photography as a hobby and escape from the stresses of his corporate job only to start taking pictures of strangers on the street, uncovering a whole new way of connecting with people. Watch the full video on Booooooom TV.

11.02.16 by Jeff

Illustrator Spotlight: Monica Barengo

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Drawings by Torino-based illustrator Monica Barengo. More images below.

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10.02.16 by Staff

Artist Turns Paper Cups into Multi-Layered Comics with Moving Pieces!

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23-year-old artist Shinrashinge turns disposable paper cups into imaginative, interactive, three-dimensional comics! You really have to see the videos below to understand the creativity here. So cool!

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10.02.16 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Daniel Coves

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There’s a sense of unease in these beautifully detailed paintings by Berlin, Germany-based artist Daniel Coves. More images below.

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10.02.16 by Staff

Abstract Rugs by Swedish Artist Jonathan Josefsson

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New collection of hand-crafted rugs by Swedish artist Jonathan Josefsson (click here to see previous post). Check out more of Josefsson’s abstract creations below! Or this month at Gallery Magnus Winström in Sweden.

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