12.06.09 by Jeff

Good To Know / Issue #2

Amy over at Pikaland has a good thing going on with her zine, Good To Know. The second issue is all about personal style and the importance of knowing what that style is (a great topic for discussion)!

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



  • Robert Cooper

    What a beautiful cover design. Amazing!

  • Robert Cooper

    Ha ha ha! That’s when you know “what that style is.” When other designers feel nothing but envy for your work.

  • Aaaw, thank you Robert! :)

  • … and of course my thanks go to the mayor of BOOOOOOOM too (who is AWESOME, by the way.) ;)

  • Beautiful cover! I’d love to see what’s inside! :)
    Where can we find this beautiful zine?





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