29.04.09 by Jeff

David Horvitz

On the weekend I hopped over to Fillip to hear Brooklyn-based artist, David Horvitz speak. His collaborator Mylinh Trieu Nguyen beamed in via ichat and they spoke about their work in a really intimate setting. It was so inspiring! One of the projects they spoke about is called 100 $1 Grants which allows anyone to email and apply for a $1 grant to help launch any sort of creative project (you can still apply)! I love this idea.

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I asked David if he’d ever experimented with fax machines (I had a hunch he had). He said he would use Google to find random fax numbers in different cities and then find out what time the sun would set in each city. Then he’d send over a fax that simply stated “Today the sun will set at 5:45pm”, in an effort to interrupt someone’s daily routine and perhaps encourage them to go watch the sun set.

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David has an awesome Tumblr blog with daily creative projects to get involved in! Bookmark it now!


david horvitz asdf Mylinh Trieu Nguyen artist wikipedia reader

david horvitz asdf Mylinh Trieu Nguyen artist wikipedia reader

david horvitz asdf Mylinh Trieu Nguyen artist wikipedia reader

david horvitz asdf Mylinh Trieu Nguyen artist wikipedia reader

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



  • This is great. It reminds me of a website that I’ve forgotten the name of where you leave a CD, letter, piece of art or something in a city somewhere and tag it on a map online for anyone to pick up.

    • if you ever remember what website this is, i’d love to know

  • p.s. just found out I am 420 miles from the Atlantic. Exactly. Excellent.

  • His assignments remind me of Learning to Love You More (http://www.learningtoloveyoumore.com/) which I just found out won’t have any new projects. 🙁

  • this is great.

    thank you for this

  • Emily

    this is awesome! … i mean awe-inspiring in its most literal sense

  • Emily

    how do you work out the ‘here to the pacific’ thing? i am not doing well

  • dale

    These idea’s made my day. Thank you for bringing his work and tumblog to my attention. Look forward to doing something fun!

    • cheers – report back here if you get involved in any!

  • go to maps.google.com and find a town on the coast, then type ” *where you are* to *costal town*”

  • Sell your good ideas that you can’t make because you are broke to him for 1$. Typically NYC.

    • i will assume you are joking but in case you’re not – he’ll send you $1 to help fund your project, more for the sake of the gesture than anything else.

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  • I don’t know how I missed this but this is incredibly creative. I love it.

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23.09.16 by Staff

35mm Camera Made Entirely with 3D Printing

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SLO is a 35mm camera created by 3D designer Amos Dudley, every part of which is 3D printed, including the lenses (although those took about 5 – 6 hours to be sanded down by hand). Designed with a modular lens and shutter system, the lenses can be swapped in/out and longer exposure photos achieved using the shutter buttons along the top. More images of SLO below! You can also check out Dudley’s blog here, where he documented the entire project.

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Botanical Sculptures Made From Recycled Paper by Artist Kate Kato

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A selection of intricate sculptures by artist Kate Kato. Inspired by botanical illustrations and a love of nature, her pieces are constructed out of recycled materials and natural dyes. See out more images below or at Confluence Gallery (in Washington) October 15 – November 19.

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22.09.16 by Staff

Watch: “Chilly Gonzales & Peaches” by Patrick Doyon

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Excited to officially release the first video in our 6-part series of animated shorts for Red Bull Music Academy. Highlighting stories of unique musical collaboration, this inaugural episode features Chilly Gonzales and Peaches reminiscing about the first time they met.

Visuals by Academy Award-nominated animator Patrick Doyon and sound and music by Luigi Allemano. Check out the full video over at Booooooom TV!