11.06.09 by Jeff

A zillion buttons later…

Angie and Jo say hello!

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zillion buttons hello button lucky pony

zillion buttons hello button lucky pony








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



  • that’s one way to remodel! if i had a physical office for this site i would totally hire you guys to make me one! the colors match already!

  • Stolen! yep, I’m making my own.

  • Haha crazy awesome!! I really need to start getting more buttons in my life.

  • jeff rules.

    thanks again for the post.

  • This reminds me of my first years at art school. We spent several hundred hours tiling a pool. wowoww.

  • hahah that’s brilliant!

  • COOOOOOOOOOOOOOL !!! i love it ^^

  • emily

    so fun! – there is one big yellow button which really stands out (under the line that trails off the ‘o’)

  • and hello to you too! i like them…

  • very nicely done …





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Artist Spotlight: Jaime Brett Treadwell

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28.07.16 by Jeff

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A selection of paintings by Seattle-based artist Cable Griffith, whose style is inspired by early video game graphics. More images from his extraterrestrial series, “Sightings”, below.

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28.07.16 by Staff

Another Thing from Good Thing

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27.07.16 by Jeff

Illustrator Spotlight: Berliac

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A terrific little abstract comic called “Tangram”, by Argentinian born, Berlin-based illustrator Berliac. See the entire thing below.

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