15.08.08 by Jeff

David Potes

I touched base with photographer David Potes this week. Dave and his brother Ray are the guys behind Hamburger Eyes, everybody’s favourite black & white street photo zine. Hamburger Eyes and FecalFace were huge inspirations for me in starting this site, so it was really cool to connect with him.

I also recently saw his brother Ray featured on FecalFace demonstrating how to print black & white film and that got me stoked. I mean, that’s what it’s about! Sharing knowledge! Teaching people! Getting everyone excited to make stuff! Enough of this elitism in the art community – its so tired. Okay, end of rant.

I snagged these great images from Dave’s portfolio – make sure you jump over to there to see a lot more, and be sure to check out Hamburger Eyes and try to not be excited about photography (impossible).













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



  • I’m always excited about photography. I need a photography buddy in the Dallas area. Anybody??

  • ill have to road trip out there at some point then we can take some photos!

  • Yeah definitely, head on down.. I’ll have to head up to Vancouver too, because it looks beautiful there. Definitely better looking than Dallas!

  • Doug

    hamburger eyes is really, really dope. I picked up the book last week and was inspired to dust off my F4.





16.01.17 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Hueman

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New work from Allison Torneros aka Hueman (click here for previous posts). A colourful exploration of multiplicity, “Hyperlimbo” involves a series of characters caught between different worlds and ways of being. See more images below or on display at KP Projects in Los Angeles until February 4th!

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16.01.17 by Jeff

Tumblr of the Day: John & Wolf

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More from my favourite Tumblr, John & Wolf. Illustrator John Stortz and his gorgeous shelter husky, Wolfgang, are still roaming around the country making images that will have you packing for a road trip pronto. Lots of images below.

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16.01.17 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Brendan Monroe

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Our friend Brendan Monroe’s show “Mammatus” just opened at Curator’s Cube in Tokyo. We stopped by the space last week and it all looked fantastic — a nice mix of drawing, painting and sculpture (especially loved the ceramics). The shows up until the 29th so if you happen to be in Japan go go go. Have a look at more images below!

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16.01.17 by Staff

“Deviant Objects” by Inna Babaeva

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Another batch of sculptures by New York City-based artist Inna Babaeva (click here for previous post). Check out more “Deviant Objects” below!

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16.01.17 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Daliah L. Ammar

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A selection of paintings by Daliah L. Ammar (previously featured here). More images below.

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