28.07.08 by Jeff

Shaz Madani

Waking up Monday morning sucks… or so I hear. I’m actually camping right now and this post has actually published itself! Thank you WordPress, for inventing the scheduled post feature! So I’m going to continue sleeping soundly in my tent while you take a gander at some really great graphic design work by Shaz Madani.

http://smadani.com/













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



  • this monday morning was one of the toughest to wake up for yet.
    tight stuff though.

    the wipe away one is pretty tight, but i’m loving the toothpaste is pointless one

  • Jessie Cacciola

    camping, very cool. love these!

  • great find. I’m loving every single one.

  • jae

    Have you by any chance seen the work of Charlotte Coulais, RCA graduate 2 years ago, she did a series of research led books and posters and created a typeface out of Wood block grains called Digilog and it looks very much like the above poster? http://charlottecoulais.com/

  • wow no i hadn’t seen her work before, great stuff – ill post up about her. thanks Jae!

  • LCC are great!

  • the windscreenwiper one made me feel super pleased

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