07.08.09 by Jeff

Erin Rommel

Beirut’s The Flying Club Cup album has been my soundtrack for the past couple weeks, I don’t really know why. And then out of the blue, Erin Rommel passes me some work and I find this little canvas book buried amongst some of her older (student) work.

erin rommel beirut the flying cub cup design book canvas

erin rommel beirut the flying cub cup design book canvas

erin rommel beirut the flying cub cup design book canvas

erin rommel beirut the flying cub cup design book canvas













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



  • i just love the way the type is handled on the front, great coloring too.

  • Rocío

    Beirut is amazing, i love their music

  • so

    you missed the l in club!
    i can never get tired of listening to beirut
    his voice is so soothing

  • beirut are really good!i want to see them live- i remember that zach condon cancelled many shows cause he was sick in hospital..hope 2 see them sometime

  • mo

    i love this!!!





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