11.02.09 by Jeff

I made some t-shirts!

Here is a sneak peek at three tees I designed for Livestock’s Artist Series. The shirts will be released on Feb 19th at the Converse launch/charity event (that you are all invited to)! More incentive for you to come out to my party!

jeff hamada livestock artist series t-shirt tee vancouver graphic illustration

jeff hamada livestock artist series t-shirt tee vancouver graphic illustration

jeff hamada livestock artist series t-shirt tee vancouver graphic illustration

jeff hamada livestock artist series t-shirt tee vancouver graphic illustration













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



  • Alexander

    Nice nice shirts creative design, do you know where i can get the 2nd one outside the Americas? :)

  • Johan

    great designs, love the style!..

  • http://www.corygibbons.com Cory Gibbons

    great work

    i’ve picked up a shirt from every artist series to date but this might be the first where i get more that one from the set. i like too may of them :/

  • http://www.corygibbons.com Cory Gibbons

    @ Alexander

    deadstock.ca

    lots for shipping international though.

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/thewaste/ mitch

    love the slide shirt

  • http://www.guttermagic.net guttermagic

    nice! way into that first one.

  • monika

    aw, awesome – technicolored version of things one would draw in their notebook while bored in class in high school. i like the peacefingers and the slide. looks like i might walk out of livestock with more loot than anticipated!

  • http://sheilavu.com miss vu

    congrats! love the first.

  • Kyle

    Very cool man! Nice job@ I hope they are pumping out the Culture Beat that night!

  • http://www.nylondip.com nicole

    these are hot jeff!

  • Alexander

    Thanks for the link dude, once again sweet work man

  • Sascha

    Now I got even more to look forward to on the 19th. Just over a week!

  • http://animalyouth.com Andy

    Those are dope Jeff, I might have to pick up the waterslide one.

  • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

    thanks everyone! will be exciting to see people wearing them and the shoooooes

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  • http://www.theriffraffs.ca daylan

    awesome stuff!
    i’ll be there that night.

    is the waterslide tee based off of Splashdown park?

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

      looosely. it definitely isn’t accurate. its more like how i remember it in my mind.

  • http://www.addicteed.com Aris

    Fresh! Really like these designs

  • http://www.original-linkage.co.uk Bob

    Yeah, like them Jeff. Well done.

  • http://www.Pi314art.blogspot.com Pi314

    fantastic.
    i love the livestock logo one.
    great work, great colours.





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