23.06.08 by Jeff

Bless You!

Sneeze Magazine is about to change the magazine game – not overnight, mind you – slowly – they want to “grow with you, city by city, issue by issue”. So what makes them special? Their distribution method for starters – you won’t be able to grab this off your favourite shop’s shelf, Sneeze is aiming to land a “flagship” news box in the busiest spot of your city. That’s it. One box. How cool is that?

If you live in Vancouver you’ll find this little guy at the corner of Water & Abbot Street. New York’s got a “flagship” at Lafayette & Prince Street. Los Angeles location is coming.

Another great thing about Sneeze is that they figured out how to be eco-friendly (less binding) and still be larger – just increase the format size! Pages can be hung in your apartment like posters! If you live in Vancouver or New York make sure you head over to their “stores” or throw them an email I believe you’ll be able to get the issues online as well!

Head on over to their website for more info: sneezemag.com

Thanks for the heads up, Michelle!













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



  • cant wait till this comes through Chi-town!

  • Ha, nice! Let me know when the get one up in Auckland, NZ!





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