23.02.09 by Jeff

Breakdancing like I’ve never seen.

Awesome new video for Mims’ Move, directed by Keith Schofield (whose work you should be quite familiar with by now).

mims move music video directed by keith schofield

mims move music video directed by keith schofield

mims move music video directed by keith schofield

mims move music video directed by keith schofield

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

  • http://andclothing.net Breedlove

    So was that one crazy shot done with TX transform?

    That would be my guess…

    I was surprised with the video though. Some parts a little sloppy. You can see cars going in reverse when they reverse the frames in the windows quite often….which kills the trick.
    Also, you can see a bad split-screen split or two, when they are combining more than one shot.

    Well shot. Well thought out. Just needed a little more polish.
    And thats my 2 cents.

  • http://myspace.com/itcamefromthefuture jared
  • joshitoshi

    the ending seems a little misplaced? the change of scenery feels awkward. but the rest of it really had me watching.

  • tecnolero
  • Ryan


    A clip if you like breakdancing or liquid dance.

11.02.16 by Jeff

Kanye West “The Life of Pablo” Album Art Generator


In honour of Kanye’s surprising new album artwork and title, “The Life of Pablo”, Andy, Joey, and Drew made a Kanye Album Art Generator. My version is dedicated to my little friend Mika.

11.02.16 by Jeff

OK Go’s Impressive New Music Video Shot in Zero Gravity


This is nuts! I wonder how many times they had to shoot this (and how much plane fuel was used). Watch “Upside Down & Inside Out” on Booooooom TV.


11.02.16 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: David Slone


A selection of paintings by artist David Slone. More images below.

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11.02.16 by Jeff

Fingerprint Drawings by Artist Nicolas Jolly


Fingerprint-style drawings by French artist Nicolas Jolly. More images below.

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11.02.16 by Staff

Photographer Profile: Zun Lee


Another fantastic profile in the InFrame series. This instalment focuses on Zun Lee who initially took up photography as a hobby and escape from the stresses of his corporate job only to start taking pictures of strangers on the street, uncovering a whole new way of connecting with people. Watch the full video on Booooooom TV.