27.10.09 by Jeff

Crownfarmer

Not too long ago I had the opportunity to design a tee for Crownfarmer, and it was just released yesterday! My design is called “How a bird becomes a ghost”. If you have some pocket money grab yourself a tee, while you can!

jeff hamada crownfarmer tshirt artist tee design

Keep your eye on Crownfarmer, every week a new artist is revealed! Artists previously revealed: Andrew Pommier, Tony Larson, Todd Bratrud, and Matt Irving (still not sure how I weaseled my way in with this crowd).

PS – There’s a mini interview with me over on Club Mumble.













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



  • TWO-PENCE

    Hah, love it.

  • I really like it

  • Amazing shirt Jeff.
    how a bird becomes a ghost,
    so simple and great.
    I DIG IT, I DIG IT.

    I would like to be able to wear said tee, also…

    LITTLE MOUNTAIN GALLERY needs more BOOOOOOOM stickers to hand out… they are all gone or have exploded.

  • lapetitefaon

    This design makes me happy 😀

  • Charlie

    Wow!
    So cool!!!

  • Kim

    Funny 🙂

  • thanks you guys, im glad you like it!

  • Boo!

    truly awesome.

  • Ollie

    Holy crap, want!

  • Kyle

    This is cool and simple, nice job!

  • nikki

    Awesome! I need to get one of these.

  • nikki

    Ditto!

  • yasmin

    I love this! It’s so cute. I’m definitely purchasing one.

  • Kyle

    Just got it – fits great, good quality print. Says made in Canada!

    • awesome! i haven’t even got one yet!





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