18.03.09 by Jeff

“Sticker on your face” contest!

I have two thiiiiick envelopes of Booooooom stickers with your names on ’em. If you want to win an envelope, here’s what you have to do:

1. Join our Fan Page.

2. Photoshop the Booooooom icon over your face and use it as your Facebook profile photo until Friday 6pm (Pacific). If you don’t have Photoshop, you may simply replace your profile photo with the icon.

3. Leave the message “Can we be best friends?” on the Fan Page wall. The wall message must be posted before Thursday 6pm (Pacific) to be eligible!

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The winner will be announced Friday evening!

Yes, this is a scraggly haired photo of myself during production of my gradfilm (and it will be my profile photo during the contest). Good luck!!!













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



  • Jonze

    Ohhhh I want it! I just got a new laptop and have to start my sticker collection again! I ripped my Jagermeister sticker to bits trying to transfer it over! 😥

    A booooooom sticker would be a zillion times cooler than a jager one!

  • http://www.twitter.com/mike_brenner mike brenner

    what do we win?

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

      a thick envelope of booooooom stickers! (two prizes)

  • http://www.chrismicro.com Chris Micro

    Just two winners? Good lawd!!! How ’bout I give you fiddy cents and you put one sticker and two used sticker backs in my hand?

  • http://www.iheartpluto.blogspot.com Nils

    gradfilm? Can we see it?

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

    ya i just might put it online

  • http://premierbakedbeanbrand.wordpress.com/ premierbakedbeanbrand

    Any chance of a competition I can enter that doesn’t involve Facebook? I don’t have that and though the pull of a Booooooom sticker is strong I won’t be joining any time… or how about a swap-shop? Just think of all the radness you’d receive in the post. I’ll start you off by sending you beans; you can send me send a sticker…
    Chris Micro- What you got to swap?

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

    stickers are going to be available here pretty soon, keep an eye out.

  • http://www.chrismicro.com Chris Micro

    i got stickers. mostly promo stickers I’ve made for myself and/or my hip-hop crew. and stamps. LOL. Oh and buttons. I’ll post’em on my site if people really want to swap. hehe.

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