19.03.10 by Jeff

Design my friend’s car

My friend Garry owns a shop called Livestock, and he also races cars. He wanted to know if any of you designers out there wanted to lace his car with some graphics? This is how the car looks now:

livestock x puma car graphics contest s2000

He’s teaming up with Puma to produce four pairs of limited edition shoes, and if he likes your designs he’ll give you a set of all four.

If you’re interested, download the TEMPLATE AI FILE and email your entries here.

Contest closes March 29th.

livestock x puma car graphics contest s2000








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



  • Bill

    for how many free kicks?

    • the whole Livestock x Puma pack (4 different pairs)

  • Check out my boyfriend’s website, http://www.andysapp.com He’s done many graphics for our Drift Mechaniks Drift team. 🙂 He’s a drifter, graphic and motion designer. He’ll definitely give ya what ya want 😀

  • Josh Houston

    dude livestock in t.o?
    those dudes are rad

  • I was wondering if your friend Garry would let me borrow his car for a race I want to enter. I can’t pay him for the use of his car but there is $500 for 1st place and the exposure his car will get is invaluable.

  • Jarrett

    This might interest you.. my boyfriend sharpies stuff:

    http://pbckt.com/se.thR

  • I also like designing very much. But I do not like automobiles that is why I have done jewellery designing course and now I have made a boutique of my jewellery collection. You have designed the car very nicely and I like it very much.

  • I also like designing very much. But I do not like automobiles that is why I have done jewellery designing course and now I have made a boutique of my jewellery collection. You have designed the car very nicely and I like it very much.
    acekard 2i





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