19.05.09 by Jeff

Selector

Who says print is dead? For every mag headed for a tomb, there’s another one poppin’ out of a womb. I have professed my love for over-sized art publications and Selector can be added to the list. Issue #1 features many artists I’ve plugged before: Mario Hugo, Jody Rogac, John Copeland

selector magazine publishing lifetime collective art

selector magazine publishing lifetime collective art

selector magazine publishing lifetime collective art

selector magazine publishing lifetime collective art

selector magazine publishing lifetime collective art

selector magazine publishing lifetime collective art

selector magazine publishing lifetime collective art

selector magazine publishing lifetime collective art

selector magazine publishing lifetime collective art

selector magazine publishing lifetime collective art

selector magazine publishing lifetime collective art

Thanks to the good folks at Selector for sending this over!













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



  • http://www.waynewebb.com Wayne

    what a great zine!

  • http://CreareDesign.co.uk Dape

    Selector, selector, selector, Mr google will not be a happy chappie, chappie, pork & ham etc ect errr sorry the images are loading now, server slow.regards dape.

  • http://news.jacobheftmann.com jdh

    wow, looks great

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

    exactly! looks really great! Do you know if we can find it in Paris, France?? i’m gonna have a look on the website!
    Thanks for sharing!

  • http://www.corygibbons.com/blog/ Cory Gibbons

    i love this, i found it in a shop in vancouver a couple of weeks back. even better because it was free.

    when you posted the guy who shot empty pools it reminded me of this

  • emily

    Very cool magazine and taking the pictures with a fish eye lens is brilliant
    …And i suppose the door mat has an original texture, but why?
    (In good humour, of course, but i am genuinely interested)





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