27.03.09 by Jeff

Thanks, Graniph!

A mystery box just showed up here from Japan! And inside – tshirts from Graniph, thanks you guys!

graniph tee tshirts art artist

graniph tee tshirts art artist

graniph tee tshirts art artist

graniph tee tshirts art artist

graniph tee tshirts art artist

This last photo is horrible, but I really wanted Listerine to get some blog love. OCTOPUS ATTACK ON TOKYO!













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



  • ekc

    i just bought the octopus shirt in Japan last week!!! LOL!!

  • haha yea i love that one!

  • so c.

    that’s sweet! and the new notification system right above this box is also sweet. now i dont have to get so much emails from you guys. not that i mind, but i visit this place so many times per day anyways.

    • yea in the old system you could still turn those emails off but this form just makes it easier! i am glad to hear you come so often! haha

  • damn, your blog is really paying off 😉

  • Dana

    these are awesome!

  • Alexander

    Sweet Ts

    Would have been to big for me tho 🙂

  • wow, you are so lucky!
    is that those t-shirts given for FREE?





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