17.03.09 by Jeff

Linn Olofsdotter

Illustrations by Linn Olofsdotter.

linn olofsdotter illustrator illustration

linn olofsdotter illustrator illustration

linn olofsdotter illustrator illustration

linn olofsdotter illustrator illustration

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

  • Maciel

    Haha, the figure on the far right in the first illustration kind of looks like Bradford Cox from Deerhunter. Anywho… very wicked stuff, though I can’t see the last one too well I love the line work in it!

  • http://www.rvolynsky.tumblr.com rebecca volynsky

    beautiful! i have always been a fan!

  • charles

    i was gonna say, that top picture I think is definitely deerhunter! bradford cox has a propensity for that hand gesture and wearing dresses. and the one with all the hair looks like the drummer.
    great work! awesome style!

  • Jasmine

    Daaaaang, this shiz is awesome. Very impressive. I love it all. Especially that first and last one. Fantastico!

24.05.16 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: GSULF


with Sebastien Touache

Graf artist GSULF and his friends are on another level. A selection of street paintings below.

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23.05.16 by Staff

Anti-Social Media Messages Presented Like Cigarette Warning Labels


Bratislava-based web designer Slavomier draws parallels between social media use and cigarette smoking in these anti-social media mock-ups. Made in the same style as Tobacco package warnings, the banners highlight the potential dangers of social media addiction. More images below.

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23.05.16 by Jeff

Animation: Yeasayer “Silly Me”


Another fantastic video by New Media Limited for Yeasayer. “Silly Me” is the prequel to “I Am Chemistry”, and both have a wonderfully strange animation style. Watch it over on Booooooom TV.

23.05.16 by Staff

Illustrator Spotlight: Sharmila Banerjee


A selection of panels by illustrator and comic artist Sharmila Banerjee. More images below.

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23.05.16 by Staff

Photographer Spotlight: Ibra Ake


New York City-based photographer Ibra Ake explores the barbershops in Popenguine, Senegal in a series reminiscent of scenes Ake was exposed to growing up. More images below.

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