14.12.09 by Jeff

Kitsune Noir / Poster Club

Bobby over at Kitsune Noir just launched a Poster Club!

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kitsune noir poster club walden jez burrows

kitsune noir poster club moby dick mark weaver

The debut collection has each artist re-interpreting a classic novel. Among the artists are: Cody Hoyt, Jez Burrows, and Mark Weaver.













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



  • that cody hoyt poster is a mindfuck and a half.

  • David

    Crazy, love the forest poster to

  • bird

    these are awesome!!

  • Joe

    Love the Moby Dick one. Awesome.

  • Seriously digg the Moby Dick poster. Mark Weaver’s frakking awesome.





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