15.05.09 by Jeff

Clark Magazine / Barry McGee

Issue #36 of Clark Magazine fell out of the sky and onto my doorstep. Barry McGee’s got the cover! There’s an interview with Kehinde Wiley in here too, guess I have to brush up on my French. Thanks Clark!

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



  • dale

    Barry McGee is hands down my favourite artist. I’ve been seeing his work a lot lately which is a bit weird. Shoes, snowboards, ect. Love his lines.

  • Sarah Rivera

    This is crazy, I recently met this kid while in Venice, CA that was doing these faces on the art walls that look kinda like Mgee’s work. I found his website if you guys want to check it out. http://www.ediand.artdealers.com

  • Hey ! Thanks for the review. Our next issue will be out at the beginning of july ! Enjoy !

  • Thijs

    The guy is awesome, i got his artwork on my snowboard (ride DH2) sick colors on that one.

  • TARONE

    holy shit! I gotta get my copy.the cover artwork is off the hook!
    McGee blows my mind away every time.





22.06.17 by Jeff

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21.06.17 by Jeff

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21.06.17 by Jeff

Weird Box — This Unique Film Changes Depending on Your Instagram Handle

You’ve gotta try Noah Levenson’s latest project Weird Box. Simply input your Instagram handle, sit back, and enjoy the short film. We previously featured a short that Levenson wrote and produced called Chillr, about an app that connects chill dudes.