11.06.09 by Jeff

Leo’s Song

A beautiful little animation by Kelly Meador & Daniel Elwing a.k.a. impactist. The song was created in honor of a visiting cat named Leo.

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View Leo’s Song below!


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



  • alexdekal

    what an amazing animation. thnx for sharing!

  • Hah, Jeff is awesome! Thanks for linking me up buddy. I am with you on the idea that there are so many amazing artists, and their work needs to be appreciated as much as possible! Cheers!

    • i added you to the friends section too! keep it up

  • Ann

    So incredibly lovely, certainly made my day.

  • that is f*cking amazing!

  • Angela

    Absolutely incredible. Made me “d’awww” during the whole video.

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  • I love it !

  • aww how beautiful!

  • The Boy WIth Balloons

    this is amazing with a beautiful message. I love the simplicity of it and the drawings are wonderful. Can you please support me on the winning the Sims 3. Go to http://www.sims3fan.com.au/?mrryan and become a fan of me. I need asmany as possible so please help and I will help you some how. Thanks and great work!

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