08.09.09 by Jeff

Andy J. Miller

An envelope the size of my doormat was waiting for me when I got home from Hawaii, courtesy of my friend Andy Miller. I was delighted to find a screen print and tee from his new company, Bad Apples, as well as a copy of his amazing Indie Rock Coloring Book (you NEED this!).

andy j miller illustrator illustration screen print company bad apples

andy j miller illustrator illustration screen print company bad apples

andy j miller illustrator illustration screen print company bad apples

andy j miller illustrator illustration screen print company bad apples

andy j miller illustrator illustration screen print company bad apples

andy j miller illustrator illustration screen print company bad apples

andy j miller illustrator illustration screen print company bad apples

andy j miller illustrator illustration screen print company bad apples

andy j miller illustrator illustration screen print company bad apples

andy j miller illustrator illustration screen print company bad apples













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



  • Thanks so much Jeff, really hope you enjoy every bit!

  • I love it how you left it on the doormat to take the photos!

  • and you gotta love the shoes!!!

  • haha, I’m gonna give that coloring book to my kids!

  • Lauren Discoe

    Now all you need is for someone to send you a sweet tricked-out doormat.

  • andrés

    nice shoes





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