05.07.11 by Jeff

Superstars Don’t Love

“Superstars Don’t Love” by Buck 65. Sixty fictional movies!

superstars dont love music video travis hopkins buck 65

Watch the music video below!


Directed by Travis Hopkins.













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



  • lapetitefaon

    Oh mannnnn, this is BRILLIANT!

  • so

    when i saw the first photo i thought it was wes anderson!

    • haha ya the yellow Futura font

  • adrian

    down by law is a movie, I seened it

  • Terrel

    genius… end of story

  • menno anderson

    down by law:
    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0090967/
    awesome movie

  • Took it real serious that ‘Bedsheets’ was a up and coming Wes Anderson film just because of the font and styling of the first picture!

    The weird thing is I didn’t even find it unusual and totally accepted Wes Anderson doing something called ‘Bedsheets’ because of the font!

    Anyways, great

  • He was live at the LGS Toronto for their Canada Day After Party – he rocked, check out some shots from the party =) http://bit.ly/kM4qG5 also he’s an upcoming LomoAmigo! LOVE BUCK!

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  • James Coulter

    I love this so much.





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