01.03.10 by Jeff

70 Million / Hold Your Horses

A superb music video for 70 Million by Hold Your Horses. Directed by L’Ogre. (Thanks to Booooooom-reader Sarah for the heads up!)

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Watch the video below!














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



  • great work – highly entertaining!

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  • Kirky

    so good. i love this

  • Samantha

    yay art. loved it.

  • severine collandre

    such a good idea and it work’s well!!

  • funny video and great song!

  • Ece

    Amazing work! Such a great idea!!

  • (Echo) You gotta love creativity on the cheap. What fun.

  • I love it 🙂

  • It just made me laugh so much! It’s crazy but it’s so good. A good morning start 🙂

  • lapetitefaon

    MY GOODNESS!!! This made me so ridiculously happy! What an awesome idea! So much fun to try and name the paintings as the video went on! YAY!!

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  • niaggara

    i hear modest mouse

  • jackie

    very funny kuso video and very ear-friendly song!

  • lapetitefaon

    ohhhhhhh, bwahaha, I SEE! Now I’m so self-conscious 😛

    • haha noooo dont be – we like you around here

  • oakley

    does anyone know a link for this which i can download it from can’t find it on youtube

  • Maw

    this is amazing!!! so much work must have gone into this. plus it takes a good sense of humor to pull this off, i think.

  • amazing. haha! 😀

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  • catherine

    could someone tell me what famous painter’s work is at 1:28 please?
    Its on the tip of my tongue yet i cant remember it!

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