26.01.11 by Jeff

Kim Asendorf

“I do not care!” a petition against petitions by Kim Asendorf, who is also responsible for the “Supreme Sunlight” video in the post below.

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



  • this is pretty silly. it’s not very funny and obviously there are some things that need to be changed in our world so people are going about it the right way.

    • it is meant as a joke adrienne – by signing the petition you are perpetuating the thing you are against. asendorf’s work addresses internet culture with this sort of sense of humour

  • Weak. You’ve got my name anyway, TWICE!

  • gnc9400

    uh, just don’t care…

  • Despite of my black sense of humour I don’t like this project. I think he could have give it a twist and made it better.

  • Irony.

  • lapetitefaon

    Ahhh, this reminds me of one of my favorite songs of all time, Pierre a Cautionary Tale:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=70U47cNi7sA

  • luke

    the simplicity of this is similar to the spoof on these logos
    http://www.wellyouknowhatheysay.com/





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