27.04.10 by Jeff

Small Victories / Update

I am overwhelmed by the amazing work that continues to show up here! One package even came in from Kathmandu, Nepal (Cheers Gaurav)! You only have 3 more days left to submit.

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



  • Dawn

    I mailed mine yesterday… it’s coming from Ontario. Hopefully it’ll arrive soon!

  • nothing from brazil?

    :(

  • Thanks for update, look like now I win small victories as my mail got in times …. thanks in millions ….: )

    I can see my tiny mail ….; )

    gaurav dhwaj khadka

  • G’day

    So happy to see my little Aussie package made it all the way from Melbourne to Canada and onto the cover above (ahem the one with the Aussie flags all over it)

    Thank you – look forward to seeing this amazing project!

    Go you good little thing.

    Love sheri x

  • oli

    wohoo .. looks like mine made it too
    Looking forward to see all the shots

  • i see my australia post express envelope here – one of three in this batch to come from australia. nice.

  • hi there envelope, all the way from south east london, nice to see you again.

  • mine made it too!
    i was only a little bit worried it wouldn’t.

  • sr

    I see mine too!





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