04.10.10 by Jeff

Let Go

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“Let Go”, by The Japanese Popstars featuring Green Velvet. This song is horrible (I had to mute it) but the visuals are pretty awesome.

Watch the music video below!


Directed by David Wilson.













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



  • I think what Daniela posted precedes this video, and it’s similar enough to talk about a direct influence. I also like the original better than this, because the original looks cleaner in a good way.

  • Am

    Other than being totally psychotic, that was also strangely hypnotic. The whole video “flowed” very comfortably and I actually felt good after watching it. With the audio on the whole way. Remarkable directing.

  • sol

    that song’s sweet, whatre you talking about

  • That’s so cool. Also I think the song is pretty awesome.

  • lucas

    ya luv the images
    and the song!

    is more joyful than love and theft

  • Nat Cann

    “This song is horrible” … tsk tsk. Still a sick vid.

    • i just find the vocals so grating/annoying

  • ashi

    holy vaginas





26.07.16 by Jeff

Illustrator Spotlight: Quinne Larsen

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Drawings by illustrator Quinne Larsen. More images below.

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Illustrator Spotlight: Thibault Daumain

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POW! WOW! Long Beach 2016: Mural Recap

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Andrew Hem + Yoskay Yamamoto + Edwin Ushiro

 

Here’s a look at all the murals from POW! WOW! Long Beach 2016. I think this one above might be my favourite but tough to pick just one, lots of great stuff. All the images were shot by one of my favourite people on the planet, Brandon Shigeta. More images below!

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25.07.16 by Staff

Guy Goes Around Making Graffiti Legible

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French artist Mathieu Tremblin is responsible for several clever interventions in urban spaces throughout Europe. His project “Tag Clouds” involves replacing unruly graffiti tags with legible translations, similar to the clouds of keywords you see online. More images below.

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25.07.16 by Jeff

Illustrator Spotlight: Anita Khrustaleva

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A selection of drawings by Ufa, Russia-based illustrator Anita Khrustaleva. More images below.

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