05.05.10 by Jeff

Small Victories / Update

I never thought I’d see the day I’d get more snail mail than email!

small victories envelopes mail art photography

Do you see your envelope? You might have to take a peek over here, here, here, here, or here.













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



  • I should clarify that the photos are not of one pile getting bigger, they are all completely different piles of envelopes.

  • Looks like a heap’er.

    Good luck with the trip, and show. I didn’t get a chance to take any photos this time around, hopefully there are more small victory contests/ shows/ goodness of similar content sooner than later. But if it’s later, that’s alright too. It’ll mean better camera gear, and getting a better game down in photography.

    Have a good one.

  • Dawn

    I see my envelope! YAY! Good to know it arrived safely!

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  • Did you already received an envelope with icecream on it? I don’t spot it on the picture…

  • Jean

    This is so nice. I miss getting packages in the mail!!!





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