24.11.09 by Jeff

Booooooom T-Shirts!

We made some t-shirts! Get ’em while you can.

lifetime collective booooooom collaboration tshirts

lifetime collective booooooom collaboration tshirts

lifetime collective booooooom collaboration tshirts

lifetime collective booooooom collaboration tshirts

lifetime collective booooooom collaboration tshirts

The tees feature work by:

Garry Trinh (Australia)

Kenichi Hoshine (New York)

Erika Somogyi (New York)

Only three stores in the entire universe have ’em!

El Kartel (Vancouver)

Norml (Ottawa)

Off The Hook (Montreal)

The other 99% of you who don’t live near these shops can BUY ONLINE.













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



  • It was quite expensive to print these as they are all high quality photo-prints, I’m not sure when I’ll be able to afford to do something like this again so you’re definitely purchasing a piece of history!

  • These look awesome – too bad that shipping to the UK costs just under $50. Great idea and execution though!

    • yea unfortunately shipping from here to there is not cheap

      • Shipping stuff between the US and UK isn’t *that* expensive, tbh. US Shopping sites just seem to make it expensive.

        I tend to have it sent to a friend in the US who then ships it onto me at a fraction of the cost.

        Alternatively, maybe a bunch of UK peeps could group together and do one mass-order, splitting the cost and paypal’ing the money to the ordererrr.

  • JRameau

    I am loving the blog post inside the shirt, nice detail.

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  • Hell! I want one of these! Too bad, I’m french…

  • Very cool. The logo collaboration is awesome.

  • These are amazing!! YAY!!

    **I do a lot of international shipping and I use the cheapest option and it is still pretty expensive. I wish it was cheaper. :(

  • Rob

    I went to El Kartel today and couldn’t find them anywhere… turns out no one working there had ever heard of these shirts… what gives? They had NO idea what I was asking about…

    • weird – Pablo the owner is a good friend of mine and he is the only person in Vancouver who has them. maybe he hasn’t put them out on the floor yet, but they should be there – ill find out.

    • Rob, there was some sort of mix-up at the shop – the tees were sitting there in a box and hadn’t been put out on the floor – they’re selling now!

  • crazy i tell you…just fukin crazy





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