05.12.08 by Jeff

Project #5 – Submissions – Part 8

Okay, here is Part 8 of our Free Encouragement project! Today is actually the cut-off day for submissions – We are not accepting anymore submissions at this time! All of the remaining messages will be posted throughout December and then the project shifts over to Design For Mankind! Read through submissions #281 – #320.

Click to view the entries in PART 9!

Click to view the entries in PART 7!













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



  • encore!

  • Food for soul.

    Oh, boy.

    I feel stronger here.

  • Findlay D

    So very cool.

  • eek! i’m so excited jeff dear! :)

  • Margot

    this is great!

  • natalie

    Every time i think about you my world stops and i just

    remember how much i love you….

  • nice!

  • R.Bofill

    the world needs more optimism stuffs like this! coolio!

  • grinnripper

    Pogled ne daje ništa a otkriva tako mnogo…

  • saku

    these are funny, in a sarcastic way

  • Johnny

    These are very awesomium.

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