13.03.09 by Jeff

Drawing on windows!

Andy J. Miller and Jeffrey Bowman bust out their markers on a Converse window display! Barrie Iman and Matthew Hodson attack another window in the second half of the video.

andy j miller jeffrey bowman converse office window marker drawing

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via: superduper













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



  • Thanks for the via link, it is such a sweet video!

  • no worries – yea Andy Miller is great

  • hey booooooooom thanks for posting this super cool! was a nice treat to wake up to!

    • my pleasure! didn’t mean to leave you out of that last comment, been stoked on your work for awhile now! i’ll get you on email

  • Johan

    Great video. It’s always nice to see artists at work..

  • I still prefer OSX.
    ;)

  • jk

    Andy Miller could sub for Johnny Hardwick voicing Dale Gribble on King of the Hill if he can do a Texas accent. (But he should obviously keep his current job, mad skills).

  • Cooooooooooool work! keep doing it!

  • ser

    inman rules the world!





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