04.04.11 by Jeff

Aaron De La Cruz + Samuel Rodriguez

Aaron De La Cruz and Sam Rodriguez invade Above Second Gallery next Friday! If you’re out there in Hong Kong do not miss Mano Y Mano.

Aaron De La Cruz + Samuel Rodriguez Mano Y Mano

Aaron De La Cruz + Samuel Rodriguez Mano Y Mano

Aaron De La Cruz + Samuel Rodriguez Mano Y Mano

Aaron De La Cruz + Samuel Rodriguez Mano Y Mano

Aaron De La Cruz + Samuel Rodriguez Mano Y Mano

Aaron De La Cruz + Samuel Rodriguez Mano Y Mano

“Mano Y Mano” by Aaron De La Cruz + Samuel Rodriguez
Friday, April 15th, 2011 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
31 Eastern Street
Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
p: 852.3483.7950













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



  • These all just so cool. The Chinese dragon is the best.

  • wow, talk about two incredibly well developed yet conflicting styles. Id love to see the two combined!

  • Love the second image, gorgeous work!

  • WOW i love that wall.





05.12.16 by Staff

Otherworldly Light Installations by Photographer Nicolas Rivals

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Photographer Nicolas Rivals constructs a series of temporary light installations in various outdoor locations throughout Spain. Photographed at night, the long-exposure shots capture the tension between Rivals’ otherworldly constructions and the natural landscapes. See more images from “La Línea Roja” below.

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05.12.16 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Eric Yahnker

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A selection of drawings by the hilarious Eric Yahnker (a personal fav), previously featured here. More images below.

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05.12.16 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Charlie Megna

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A selection of gouache paintings by artist Charlie Megna. More images below.

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05.12.16 by Jeff

Illustrator Spotlight: Ping Zhu

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A really lovely series of work by Brooklyn-based illustrator Ping Zhu. More images below.

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05.12.16 by Staff

Photographer Spotlight: Mo Costello

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Macon, Georgia-based gospel quartet The Inspirational Heavily Aires participate in photographer Mo Costello’s latest exhibition, “Max”. Challenging expectation and inviting the audience to fill gaps and silences, Costello attempts to rewrite narratives of addiction and deprivation through a collective staged experience. See more images below.

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