07.12.09 by Jeff

Kenichi Hoshine for Jason Noble

Kenichi Hoshine just sent me this:

“I recently read about how Jason Noble was diagnosed with cancer and is receiving treatment. Jason is a musician and has been involved in bands such as Rodan, Shipping News and Rachel’s and is a pivotal figure in the Louisville, KY music scene. I don’t know him personally, but his work has greatly influenced me in the past. I wanted to auction off one of my original paintings on ebay with 100% of the proceeds going to Jason and his medical costs.”

kenichi hoshine jason noble fundraiser

This is the painting Kenichi is auctioning off, with an opening bid of $0.01 (and no reserve!). The auction closes in a week. If you’d like to help Jason Noble, place a bid here.













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



  • William

    wow. 1 hr in and up to $300. Inspiring. Truly.

  • his work sells for thousands. not only are you helping a good cause you’ll get Kenichi’s work at a steal of a price.

  • wow!! $810.00 in a day!
    modern art for living

    • that’s great im happy to see people are bidding!

  • Everett

    Wow, I can barely believe this. Jason used to date my babysitter and I laminated a drawing he did for me, which depicted a shark fighting a T-rex. Seeing this piece for sale has really given me hope.

  • Scott

    Anyone know what the winning bid was?





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