26.02.10 by Jeff

The Cheaper Show No. 9

I am honored to be working with The Cheaper Show in the coming months as it is one of the best things happening in this city. Here is a peek at the people behind Vancouver’s most exciting art show. A show created by artists for artists.

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Watch the video below!


PS – There is still time to submit to the show. (not much though!)













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



  • bummed i’m not in vancouver for this! although it is time for a visit. love that city!

  • sarah hwang

    something i thought you (and the rest of the people who visit this blog) might enjoy 🙂

    http://www.vimeo.com/9752986

    • haha wow that video is awesome – thanks sarah!

  • angelone

    hehe, nice video sarah
    you should post this to the frontside jeff 🙂

    @cheaper show: looks fun, seems to be a great happening.
    too bad, i don’t live in vancouver. i’d visit it for sure

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