02.12.09 by Jeff

Modèle Puissance

My pal Julien sent over two new books from his crew, Modèle Puissance. The first is a zine by n’roll called, Serpan’s Advanture. The second is less a book and more a random selection of postcards called, Our God Is An Awesome God.

Modèle Puissance books

Modèle Puissance books

Modèle Puissance books

Modèle Puissance books

Modèle Puissance books

Modèle Puissance books

Modèle Puissance books

Modèle Puissance books

Modèle Puissance books

Modèle Puissance books

Modèle Puissance books

Modèle Puissance books













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



  • my friends are gonna be getting some really random postcards over the holidays! haha

  • hahaah those postcards look amazing

  • A N I M A L C O B R A

    I love you Modèle Puissance !

  • awesome work as usual !

    those postcards are THE present for Christmas !

    just love Modèle Puissance !

  • Ajaniii

    I’ve been following your blog for a while now. I have Dial-up at home so that explains why I haven’t posted.

    Anyway.
    These are definitely interesting. I would like too see that when I went to my mail box!

  • David

    Spongebob underpants haha

  • JESUS

    I love you Modèle Puissance !





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