16.11.09 by Jeff

Thank You!

Reid (Lifetime) and I would like to thank the hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of you that came out to the art show on Friday! It was overwhelming! Big thanks to Savoury Chef for providing all of the delicious food, the mini Vietnamese subs were a huge hit! If you’re hosting an event in Vancouver you need to let them handle the catering! Thanks to Phono for the music and Kale Friesen for shooting photos!

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The gallery side was packed the whole night and the lounge side (with the music and food) quickly turned into quite a party. If you were there, leave a comment!


tangents art show vancouver event photos lifetime booooooom

tangents art show vancouver event photos lifetime booooooom

tangents art show vancouver event photos lifetime booooooom

tangents art show vancouver event photos lifetime booooooom

tangents art show vancouver event photos lifetime booooooom

tangents art show vancouver event photos lifetime booooooom

tangents art show vancouver event photos lifetime booooooom

Here’s a few photos from 3AM the night before!

tangents art show vancouver event photos lifetime booooooom

tangents art show vancouver event photos lifetime booooooom

tangents art show vancouver event photos lifetime booooooom

tangents art show vancouver event photos lifetime booooooom

tangents art show vancouver event photos lifetime booooooom

tangents art show vancouver event photos lifetime booooooom

tangents art show vancouver event photos lifetime booooooom

tangents art show vancouver event photos lifetime booooooom

tangents art show vancouver event photos lifetime booooooom

You’ll notice in the photos that we debuted a series of limited edition Booooooom x Lifetime tees – they will be available online, stay tuned!













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



  • very neat Jeff

  • thanks again.
    and glad i picked up a shirt.

  • Congrats, Jeff! Looks AWESOME! Wish I was there!

  • Nicole

    I am SO happy everything worked out for you Jeff, and I really wish I could have been there! Perhaps Tangents2?

  • Looks like a great night. Wish I could’ve made the trip over

  • maybe one day it will be a travelling art show gathering artists in each city!

  • lapetitefaon

    Really awesome you’ll have to curate a show in NYC!

  • Emily

    I sooooo wish I could have been there! But I’m all the way in Wales! It looks really awesome.

  • emilyc

    Phono made my night.

  • Jaz

    Hey thanks for an awesome party/nite!
    The show and party were both really well done!

  • Sascha

    Sick show, Hamada!

    I can see my Sabre’s hat in one of those pics 🙂

    The food was awesome!





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