17.12.10 by Jeff

Bad Things That Could Happen

“Bad Things That Could Happen” by This Is It, a collective of London-based artists, designers, illustrators, and animators. I love this.

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Watch the short film below!

Photography – Thomas Bolwell
Sound Design – Andrew Kinnear
Music – Andrew Kinnear & Joseph Pelling
Make Up – Elizabeth Barlow













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



  • the flame on the match is brilliant

  • Without words

  • Niko

    That was so cool, I was transported back to a tom and jerry esque world. One thing that was so brilliant about that is everything! seemed to be analog with no effects work. The some of the flames were hands! anyone catch that?

  • Okay that was awesome! My favorite part was the sandwich and the magnifying glass! Soo good!

  • limitless imagination. yup the the partying germs were awesome

  • Magda

    I really loved the match because they whole process was self initiated. It was as if someone decided, “Since I am lighting my cigarette, I might as well set everything else ablaze too!”

  • Mina

    sooooooo goooooood!

  • If you happen to be in Shoreditch, London – go to Jaguar Shoes on the high street, there’s a whole installation to go with this video – many of the props fill the place, stuck to the walls and the ceilings, it’s brilliant.

    The hot mulled Cider is a winner too!





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Photographer Spotlight: Susanna Majuri

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