16.03.09 by Jeff

Motoi Yamamoto

Theme Magazine has kindly hooked me up with a subscription to their publication and if they hadn’t I might not have come across the amazing work of Motoi Yamamoto! Yamamoto uses salt to create large, insanely detailed, floor patterns. Pick up Theme (issue 18) to see way better photos of his work, and to read how he relates his work to keeping a diary.

motoi yamamoto theme magazine salt design artist art

motoi yamamoto theme magazine salt design artist art


motoi yamamoto theme magazine salt design artist art

motoi yamamoto theme magazine salt design artist art

motoi yamamoto theme magazine salt design artist art

motoi yamamoto theme magazine salt design artist art

motoi yamamoto theme magazine salt design artist art













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







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Best of Instagram: 36 Days of Type by ROIDS

You have to follow my buddy Will Gates aka ROIDS aka @willis82 on Instagram. The things he can do with a spray can or a pencil might make your brain bleed. He’s embarking on the @36daysoftype challenge and I promise you it’ll be a nice treat in your feed over the next month. Each day Will is gonna spend 36 minutes on an upper and a lower case letter. See the first few below!

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Develop Film in Broad Daylight Without a Darkroom

Analog-centric photography company ars-imago has developed a handy little device that basically works like a portable darkroom! Allowing anyone to develop film anytime and anywhere, the Lab Box aims to re-introduce the joys of analog photography, making it accessible to a whole new (digital) generation. See more images and check out a short video demonstration below!

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