18.11.09 by Jeff

10 Days by Ripo

10 Days by Ripo. Beautiful work.

ripo 10 days video

“Everyday the news is transmitted to us across the globe. We’re left saddened, scared, inspired, skeptical, hopeful, angry, or simply numb. But the next day brings a new set of stories painting over the memories of yesterday’s events.”

Watch the video below.









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



  • the end is so great, i’m guessing each layer was painted over masking tape?

  • KB

    absolutely amazing.

  • Gorgeous! I love The Books (the music).

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  • Emil

    the end was absolutely amazing, such a great way to show what the news does

  • emilyC

    brilliant. fucking brilliant.

  • lapetitefaon

    Ahhhhhhhh THE BOOKS!!!!!! My favorite band of all time, essentially. The video is good too. Actually, Jeff you should see the Books live if you haven’t you would love them and their video collages!

    • i haven’t! i am not that familiar with them – it looks like they have some die-hard fans. ill check them out now

  • beautiful. and it started on my birthday : )

    • Celeste

      Mine too!

  • William

    I just keep thinking of the Real Life Zoetrope that came with the STASH short movies when I hear that song.

  • NapoleonSolo

    he has such a great sense of typography!

  • Jennifer

    This is really awsome! Geez its so great to see such inspiring things everyday:D

  • Ripo is rad. I met him in NYC last fall. Supertalented, super nice guy.





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