07.04.09 by Jeff


Paintings and drawings by mixed media street artist, Miso. She is so awesome! Love those feathers, too.

miso drawing wheat paste painting street artist mixed media

miso drawing wheat paste painting street artist mixed media

miso drawing wheat paste painting street artist mixed media

miso drawing wheat paste painting street artist mixed media

miso drawing wheat paste painting street artist mixed media

miso drawing wheat paste painting street artist mixed media

miso drawing wheat paste painting street artist mixed media

miso drawing wheat paste painting street artist mixed media

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

  • daniela.


  • far out, she’s really good

  • the fourth one down, with the feathers…incredible!

  • The chick on the alley wall with the feathers coming off her dress is awesome. Gotta love artists working to make our cities a more artistic place!

  • yea i would love to see that one in person

  • Agreed. Seeing the works in person is always so much better than any picture could ever be.

  • emily

    so awesome. love the fourth and fith and melting stripes on sixth. seventh really intriguing. as is Recurring batman-esq mask. reminds me slightly of Ray Caeser (the drawings and ideas not the mixed media)

  • I’ve seen the chick with feathers coming off her in person!! its amazing.

  • that is so coool i wish i had seen it, its been removed?

  • Haha! I hung out with them a couple of times back when i was big into streetart. i still am big into it but i don’t go to all the shows or anything; i’ve done a minor collab with her, i am actually wanting to get in touch with her at the moment to collab but i guess we’ll see. a lot of her [and partner Ghostpatrol] art is around melbourne city. they’re holding it down in a good way!

    also; the dude in the mask is a friend of mine 😀

    • Ryan

      claim to fame?

  • Colin

    Does Miso have her own site? Ghostpatrol does but does she?

  • Does the first the girl in the first pic remind anyone of Swoon at all?

    • OMG I was going to say that! When I first saw it I ran to grab my Graffiti Women book just to make sure it wasn’t the same thing. But yeah totally agree

      • summary

        It’s too typical.

    • Heaps. Lots of her paste up drawing/collage combos remind me of swoon’s.

  • I saw some of miso’s stuff in person it is amazing, i want to find her website though but I can’t; anyone help?

31.08.16 by Staff

Artist Draws on Pieces of Trash and Leaves Them for People to Find


Wenyi traverses the streets of Dali, Yunnan Province in China, picking up discarded scraps and drawing on them as part of a personal mission to get people to see art in everyday life. After each sketch is completed he leaves it somewhere more visible but still in the exact spot where the original piece of garbage was collected. See more images below.

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30.08.16 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Lotta Hannerz


A selection of paintings by artist Lotta Hannerz. More images below.

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30.08.16 by Staff

Artist Dominic Wilcox Creates Art Exhibition Specifically For Dogs


London-based artist and designer Dominic Wilcox (if you don’t know who he is you have to watch this) has come up with the ultimate contemporary art exhibition for dogs as part of an initiative to encourage people to play more with their pets.

Working in consultation with veterinary experts, installations include an open car window simulator and a 10 ft ball pit made to look like a dog bowl filled with dog food. Paintings by artists Claire Mallison, Joanne Hummel-Newell, Robert Nicol and Michelle Thompson hang low to the ground and specifically draw on colours within dogs’ visual spectrum.

Such a great idea! Check out more images and video of the exhibit below, including some of Wilcox’s preliminary sketches!

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30.08.16 by Staff

Booooooom Giveaway: Pictoplasma NYC Conference Tickets!


Pictoplasma is headed to Mexico and New York! Pictoplasma Academy will be in Mexico City October 25th – November 1st! Hosting inspirational lectures and daily workshops revolving around the theme of character development, the week-long program is designed to help a select group of participants further their personal style across a variety of mediums – from drawing and illustration to sculpture and visual storytelling. The deadline for applications is September 1st!

Following the Academy, Pictoplasma heads to New York City for a one-day art and design conference. Held on November 4th, the jam-packed program includes animation screenings, panel discussions and inspiring talks by artists like renowned illustrator Jean Jullien and GIF-wunderkind Julian Glander.

We’ve got 2 pairs of tickets to giveaway to the NYC conference! So if you can get yourself to New York (or you already live there) simply hit the “Read More” button and leave a comment below! Tell us about your favourite animated character, and why you like them. We’ll pick two winners in two weeks.

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30.08.16 by Jeff

Illustrator Spotlight: Alex Jenkins


A bunch of terrific work by London-based illustrator Alex Jenkins. More images below.

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