17.09.10 by Jeff

Biggest marker in the universe!

Introducing the world’s largest marker, created by the good guys at Everfresh. Amazing! They also sent me over their beautiful new book, I’ll have it up on the site shortly (also amazing).

everfresh crew australia giant marker sculpture largest in the world

everfresh crew australia giant marker sculpture largest in the world

everfresh crew australia giant marker sculpture largest in the world

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

  • Catherine

    it’s a mop, not a marker.

    “Anyone that knows anything calls it a fucking mop”

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ Jeff

      relax! we’re not all graffiti artists

  • Veronica

    LOL I want one!

  • Anna

    maybe I should get this one for my professor! lol

    he really needs this…………

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  • brooke


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  • Alicia Collins

    GO BEN :) My cousin made this Marker!!!

  • Victoria Martinez

    This is AWESOME.


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  • http://www.thecrooked.com Jazz Rules

    This is one of those ideas that you wish you thought of when you see it! Not the most inconspicuous way to catch wreck on the streets though. Vandal squad will see you coming from a mile away.

  • http://tiredandtrue.com ETC

    See, Paul McCarthy’s “Painter”


  • ARIZ

    yo quiero uno!!!

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  • http://justsomemarkers.wordpress.com/ JustSomeMarkers

    still missing that one in my collection…

  • Jh

    wow it IS a biggest marker.

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