01.05.09 by Jeff

Amy Casey

Paintings by Amy Casey.

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amy casey painter painting

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amy casey painter painting

amy casey painter painting

amy casey painter painting

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

  • http://strayvessels.wordpress.com/ Jim

    Beautiful stuff.

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  • jenny

    reminds me of cinque terre’s little houses upon little houses

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  • http://www.DiRQuo.com DiRQuo

    Amazing stuff here. Great concept!

  • http://www.okaygreat.com Dylan

    These are dope. The 1st, 3rd and 4th remind me of Ana Serrano’s “Cartonlandia”.



  • http://kieu.livejournal.com mel

    Reminds me of when they try to leave the house in Beetlejuice.

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

      hahah great reference!

  • Emily

    the houses with legs should be almost insects-like and able to scuttle about. they are great though, and manage to be subdued in colour without being bleak.

  • http://www.typeandglyph.com Grant

    This reminds me of the upcoming disney movie “up”.

  • http://www.jonathanreidsevigny.com jonathan reid sevigny

    congratulations on being amazing amy casey.

  • http://www.tysonfaa.com tyson

    the detailing in the piles of wreckage is amazing. -tys

  • http://lunaticadesnuda.blogspot.com/ anelli

    This stuff is really amazing!

  • http://www.aurelievitoux.com -aurelie-

    très poètique!

  • http://www.cheepindustries.com Ben

    Brilliant work, a cohesive series too

  • Rick

    I really appreciate your craftsmanship and composition. The work is really fresh and interesting. thought provoking too. cant wait to see more. 3 cheers . – shalom through Christ , rick

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  • lozofun

    i think these are from the “Invisible Cities” (Italian: Le città invisibili), a novel by Italian writer Italo Calvino.
    great work however 😛

  • http://www.sarahsarwar.com sarah

    Gorgeous work. I would love to collaberate/apprentice with you!

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  • http://pinkpuzzible.spaces.live.com/ pinkpuzzle

    great imagination – it seems as houses have eyes, mouthes and legs like living creatures, and look how we treat them 😉

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27.11.15 by Jeff

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#SHOOTITYOURSELF, a new video series by #TheCreatorClass and Canon, features some of Instagram’s most popular photographers sharing some insights into how they create their signature images. In this episode, Dylan Furst (@fursty) explores some of the beautiful trails in Vancouver’s backyard.

Watch the video below!

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Stop-Motion Animation of the Day: “They Crawl Amongst Us!”


This delightful short animation by filmmaker Sihanouk Mariona is an obvious homage to the classic claymation mockumentary, Creature Comforts. “They Crawl Amongst Us!” explores real social issues in New York City via various stereotypical urban pests. Watch the full short below!

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Trippy Video of the Day: Sissi Rada “Sunday”


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Photographer Spotlight: John MacLean


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Video of the Day: “The Art of the Gag”


In the latest instalment of the brilliant series Every Frame a Painting (click here for previous instalments), Tony Zhou explains The Art of the Gag by the original master of visual comedy, Buster Keaton. With traces of his work in everything from the shots of Wes Anderson, the physicality of Jackie Chan, and the body language of Bill Murray, you’ve seen Buster Keaton even if you think you haven’t. So how did he do it and why is he so influential? Watch (and learn) below!

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