16.12.08 by Jeff

Christmas by Colour

Last month I told you about Christmas by Colour – Rob just emailed to say that they’ve gone through all the submissions and the finished poster is ready to ship. This is a great gift and one that’s definitely worth mentioning again as all profits are being donated to Calm. Buy one here!

christmas by colour calm

christmas by colour calm

christmas by colour calm













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



  • Because of your blog, I read about the contest, submitted a color, and was one of the one’s selected for the poster. It’s a great looking poster for a very good cause. Thanks for turning me on to this cool project!

  • that is awesome to hear! i am waiting for my poster to come! very excited

  • just like bellwether, i got introduced to this project through booooooom and got selected, thanks for the introduction!

    just wondering how long it’ll take to reach my country though, i hail all the way from asia

  • what were your colour submissions?

  • Am

    These look super juicy and awesome to have on my study room wall, unfortunately there’s just no more space! :(
    I am tempted to consider putting it on my bedroom wall, but I know once I start, I won’t stop!
    Fantastic colours btw!!

  • mines was

    “Colour: Dark Brown
    Description: Hot Chocolate”

    hahah for some reason, this is what triggers my memories of christmas :)

  • oops, i meant “mine”

  • My submission is also one of the selected ones. Thanks for the referral!

    My submission was:
    Colour: Pantone 606
    Description: Ribbon I help curl and put up on the Christmas Tree

  • wow this is great, im glad so many of you were chosen!

  • My submission was:

    Colour: dark greyish blue

    Description: Dec. 24, 11:59 p.m., Cleveland, OH, 1988





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