14.09.09 by Jeff

It’s A Funny Place, Japan

Juliana Wang sent me her book It’s A Funny Place, Japan and I was delighted to find that the entire book is one long drawing!

its a funny place japan juliana wang book london

its a funny place japan juliana wang book london

its a funny place japan juliana wang book london

its a funny place japan juliana wang book london

its a funny place japan juliana wang book london

its a funny place japan juliana wang book london

its a funny place japan juliana wang book london

its a funny place japan juliana wang book london

its a funny place japan juliana wang book london

You can (should) purchase it, here.













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



  • How awesome is that? WHOA!

  • Axel

    Nice shoes Jeff!

  • Axel

    Man, I wish I got sent all this sweet stuff. Time to start a blog I guess :)

  • Looks like another rad book wound up on your doorstep.

  • Jean-Luc Gallic

    I wonder how long the silk screen had to be





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