27.09.10 by Jeff

Agustina Woodgate

Sculptures made of human hair, by Agustina Woodgate. Miami, Florida.

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human hair artist sculpture austina woodgate

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



  • this is the illest thing i’ve ever seen and not good to look at whilst eating breakfast!

  • Wow this is so crazy!

  • trip

    the castle is the best one
    it has a ironic statement
    a connection to a fairy tale of princess n the tower letting down her long hair

  • This is insane! but i’m lovin it!

  • caio

    what the fuck, she must be crazy. These are great.

  • Ugh! I’m already choking as if I got a hair caught in my throat

  • Who needs sand when you can use hair. Hair Castles,
    love it.





01.07.16 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Jun seo Hahm

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Delightfully weird characters created by Seoul, Korea-based artist Jun seo Hahm. More images below.

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01.07.16 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Tayfun Gülnar

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A selection of new paintings from Istanbul, Turkey-based artist Tayfun Gülnar (click here for previous post). More images below.

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30.06.16 by Staff

Inflatable Geometric Dome Explores the Transformative Nature of Colour

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“Fabric Prism” by art collective Pneuhaus (aka Matt Muller, Augie Lehrecke and Levi Bedall) is an interactive installation made from an inflatable, light-sensitive membrane of their own design. Constructed earlier this month as part of PVDFest 2016 in Providence, Rhode Island, the boldly coloured fabrics on the exterior of the geometric dome translate into more subtle shades inside, depending on the time and brightness of the day. More images below.

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30.06.16 by Staff

Typographic Graffiti That Changes Throughout the Day

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Graffiti artist DAKU has created a typographic piece in the Lodhi colony area of New Delhi. Words associated with life and the passage of time are mounted perpendicularly, casting shadows that shift along with the day’s light like a sundial. See more images and video below!

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30.06.16 by Jeff

Illustrator Spotlight: Adria Mercuri

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Drawings by Brooklyn-based illustrator Adria Mercuri. More images below.

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