16.10.08 by Jeff

Your Face Blog

A couple months ago I wrote excitedly about Damien Weighill’s Your Face Blog. Send him a photo of yourself and he whips up an illustration of you! Well guess whose mugshot showed up on the site yesterday.

That’s me, in the pink.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rCi17SEPgpc[/youtube]

You will notice there is a keyboard in the drawing… actually screw it, I was gonna come up with some crazy segueway into Sam Roberts’ Detroit 67 but I don’t even care I’m posting this video with NO segueway whatsoever.













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



  • Pink is a nice colour on you.

  • rye

    hahaha that better be you dp on facebook from now on!
    speaking of segways http://www.segway.com/ hahaha

  • cool video…but yah, love the mug man, i seriously love the stuff you post that you’ve done.

  • sAkSeNaKeL

    Jeff, what is this site?

  • not that segway fool! haha – i actually rode one at the vancouver art gallery – SO FUN, way harder to control than it looks.

    saks, what site? the Your Face Blog? I linked it multiple times above.

  • mitch

    what a great idea for a blog

  • Haha thats cool, the blog is a great concept and seems fun to run

  • how can u not post a link? waht the llink?

  • how can you not read the post? the site is linked twice in the opening paragraph.

    taht the llink.





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