31.07.09 by Jeff

HUH. Magazine

Another rad publication arrived at my house this week, HUH. Magazine. It’s a color newsprint magazine packed with art and photography. If you take a look at the top right corner, you’ll notice the best part – it’s FREE.

huh magazine issue one

You can find it in bookshops and galleries in London, Stockholm, NY, Chicago and Paris and if you want to order it online all you pay is postage! I was stoked to see Jerry Hsu’s photography featured in this issue (side note: his part in Bag of Suck is one of the greatest of all time).


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



  • Maan this looks amazing. especially love the last photo. that illustration is wicked.

  • This mag looks awesome!
    ORDERING FOR SURE

  • Can’t wait to get my copy in!

  • Max pie

    great work.

  • Jerry’s part was epic but must give some props to Louie Barletta!

  • Kyle

    Who is this Leemun Smith of Kraffhicks.. That illustration on the left is intense.

    Update: found a VIMEO interview. HUH.TV actually very cool

  • Kyle
  • Bridget

    If ur in London I was able to pick this up in one of the vi the stores there. It’s a really amazing new mag. Very similar to style of won magazine in Melbourne

  • Bridget

    It cut out my message – brick lane vintage stores

  • Zine looks dope.

  • James ford

    NEED TO GET A COPY OF THIS
    NEEEEED TOOO GET A COPPPPPYYY OFFF THISSSSSSS

  • Anyone find a copy in Chicago? If so, where? ambushchi@gmail.com

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  • Darlene

    I want to subscribe!!! :D

  • this mag is DOPEEE!!! i picked it up on my london trip 3 weeks ago – eye candy, starting from layout to featured artists.. rock on guys!!!

  • wow, i love it





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