20.10.08 by Jeff

Adam Haynes

I heard about the insane Nike 6.0 ill Mobile Truck quite awhile ago, but I didn’t realise it was illustrator Adam Haynes who actually made this beast a reality. Check out his awesome concept drawings for Nike 6.0 and other little bits I collected off his site.

http://www.stickfort.com













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



  • His illustrations are great. I love all of these, especially the wave one, even though it has no vehicle in it.

  • Nate

    this guys attention to detail is out of hand. and on top of that his pieces are relatively small. so good.

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  • This work is realy wonderful!!
    The colors are gret! Nice!





28.06.17 by Jeff

Beautiful Cut Feather Art by Chris Maynard

In the hands of Chris Maynard, a shed bird feather becomes breathtaking art. Have a look at more of his delicate work below.

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28.06.17 by Jeff

Webcomic Name by Alex Norris

Alex Norris’ webcomic name is Webcomic Name and each instalment ends with the exact same punchline. It shouldn’t be funny but there’s something really great about the innocent way Alex approaches each idea. Have a look at some more below!

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27.06.17 by Jeff

Instagram of the Day: Artist Creates Vintage VHS Versions of Modern Movies

If you grew up in the 80s you’re really gonna like this Instagram account. Steelberg takes current films and makes fantastic retro VHS covers for them. Many of you will be too young to have ever gone to a store to rent a video but seeing these makes me kinda miss the whole movie-choosing ritual. Have a look at more VHS covers below.

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27.06.17 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Alain Delorme

French artist Alain Delorme digitally distorts reality in his series “Totems” in which people are captured around Shanghai with precarious piles of objects. More images below.

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27.06.17 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Hula

A long overdue selection of spectacular work by Hawaiian artist Sean Yoro aka Hula, whose water murals have become his signature over the past couple years. More images below.

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