30.09.08 by Jeff

Twenty2wo Magazine

Adam over at Twenty2wo just released the second issue of Twenty2wo magazine. You can view the magazine online, download it, and even purchase a printed version. He has some really great content (I have linked his posts a couple times) and applaud the extra effort he is putting in to make Twenty2wo a unique and inspiring experience for his readers.

If you are looking for daily photography/illustration inspiration Twenty2wo is a good place to start. A quick scroll of the blog and I’m sure it’ll be in your Google Reader in no time. I’ve stuck a few more images from Twenty2wo Mag #2 below:

http://blog.twenty2wo.com/













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



  • My internet bud Francis Vallejo’s work is fucken’ ace. He’s a big inspiration to my work(only he’s God like with his talent). Super nice guy that’s into that classic hip hop. Awesome!

  • hey jeff thanks for the post. and you are right Matt, Vallejo has some sick talent.

  • Adam, you’ve been busy with finding awesome work! I haven’t checked Twenty2wo in a bit(since some scrubby Canadian dude was featured, haha) but now I’ve added it into my blog reader. I’ll be splitting my internet time between here and there!





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