22.04.11 by Jeff

Brock Davis

Works from “Make Something Cool Every Day” by Brock Davis.

Artist Brock Davis make something cool every day

Artist Brock Davis make something cool every day

Artist Brock Davis make something cool every day

Artist Brock Davis make something cool every day

Brock actually created the “Snoutlet” image on the spot, during an interview about his MSCED project! So good!













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



  • Shea Kennedy

    i love the first one.. wish i had my own house so i could do that

    • http://ggno.blogspot.com GGNO

      can’t agree more

  • Chelsea

    Whenever I’m lacking inspiration I look at this series. Amazing!

  • NAMBO

    I’M GONNA ASK MY MA IF SHE WILL LET ME DO THAT TO THE KITCHEN OUTLETS!!!

  • http://www.fionnmccabe.com/ Fionn

    Chelsea said it right.

  • http://ggno.blogspot.com GGNO

    absolutely cool.

  • fiorella

    this makes me instantly happy.

  • http://ladybangbeat.tumblr.com Attia

    I am also insanely happy about this and telling all my friends! It’s a good day.

  • http://ladybangbeat.tumblr.com Attia

    I am also insanely happy about this and telling all my friends! It’s a good day.

  • http://www.thelastwhitecat.com Cat Cake

    My goal is to create something everyday. Hopefully something as cool as this…does this guy have a website?

    • Cadence

      I believe all the artists featured on BOOOOOOOM.com have websites. Just click on Brock Davis’ name in the beginning of the post. Not the huge BROCK DAVIS title but the one in “Works from “Make Something Cool Every Day” by Brock Davis.”

      That “Brock Davis” should have a yellow dotted line under it. It’s a link to his website.

  • lapetitefaon

    amazing, these are really lighthearted and fun, I especially love the rabbit head!!!

  • http://adamgruber.squarespace.com/ Adam G

    absolutely brilliant. I love this.

  • http://mcacoinc.com Mark

    Nice series – is this from the MSCED thread on yayhooray?





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