23.04.10 by Jeff

Small Victories / Update

More snail mail! You have one more week to submit.

small victories photography show vancouver hong kong blog booooooom













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



  • Jeff come to the Cambie tonight

    • sorry didn’t see this! how was the cambie that night?

  • I still can not able to see mine ….; (

  • Dawn

    If it’s postmarked before the 30th, will you accept it?

    • as long as its sent out by the 30th its fine

  • Pingback: Above Second » One more week()

  • I’m glad to see my second envelope made it alright!

  • hey there,

    i’m wondering if my pics have arrived well, i know that being chosed is another story, but is that possible to know if you received them?

    cheers,

    manu

    • i will keep my eye out for yours ( will also double check through whats here) there’s a ton of envelopes sitting here that i have yet to go through

  • I m not too late this time..I will definitely try to post the envelope by tomorrow.I will be glad to be a part of this project.

  • sr

    just mailed mine now…

  • hey thank you jeff!

    i hope it has come out ok. it’s a huge white plastic envelope, they didn’t allow me to send just my plain envelope. :P

  • I see mine from Texas! Awesome! This is such a great project!





08.12.16 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Jeff Olsson

olsson12

Mysterious drawings by Gothenburg-based artist Jeff Olsson (click here for previous post). More images courtesy of Galleri Magnus Karlsson below.

Read More

08.12.16 by Staff

Photographer Spotlight: Eamonn Doyle

doyle11

A collection of photos by Dublin-based photographer Eamonn Doyle (click here for previous post). More images from “ON” below.

Read More

08.12.16 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Struan Teague

teague6

A selection of recent work by artist Struan Teague (click here for previous work). More images below.

Read More

08.12.16 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Amanda Brazier

brazier9

A selection of recent paintings by artist Amanda Brazier (click here for previous post). Not only are the paint pigments made from the soils where Brazier lives, her paintings emerge through stacking and weaving, processes meant to resemble the physical structures and textures of the home. See more images below.

Read More

08.12.16 by Staff

Photographer Spotlight: Bert Danckaert

danckaert15

A series of minimalist street photography by Belgian photographer Bert Danckaert (previously featured here). See more images from “Horizon” below.

Read More