10.03.10 by Jeff

Pooh Sticks











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



  • Woow these are awesome! Makes me want to make boats right now! I love the simplicity

  • Lenny creates wonderful things, you should also check his Sparebots series – http://www.flickr.com/photos/lenny_meriel/sets/72157608595536634/ – and his rake art – http://www.flickr.com/photos/lenny_meriel/sets/846051/ – very diverse works!

  • lapetitefaon

    YAY! Oh my gosh! YAY! I really, really, really LOVE THESE!!! Childhood memories! Siiiiigh.

  • Rebecca Agra

    So cute!

    XD

  • Pure nostalgia brilliant:)

  • Agree with LAPETITEFAON. Reminds me so much of my childhood playing in a creek in the woods behind my house.

  • ffion

    really beautiful

  • audrey bartis

    wow! beautiful, beautiful :)) delicate, poetic, & nostalgic… love it! (and the sparebots too!)

  • Maw

    Wow so lush, amazing

  • great pics!
    is a genius!

    cheers! 😀

    JP

  • c’est MA-GNI-FIC!!!! your blog is fantastic xD

  • KellyP

    I forgot all about playing pooh sticks when I was little until I saw these pictures! I wish I was five again!





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