15.07.11 by Jeff

Before Life / Winners

The other day I asked you to choose between 5 finalists in our “Before Life” project with Poketo, and over 1,400 of you cast your votes!

poketo booooooom before life series wallet winner artist

You chose Andrew Lawandus! Congratulations Andrew, your design will now be made into a Poketo wallet! I also promised that we’d give away a wallet to a voter but since so many of you voted we decided to give away 5 wallets instead! The 5 winners are:

poketo booooooom before life series wallet winner artist

poketo booooooom before life series wallet winner artist

poketo booooooom before life series wallet winner artist

poketo booooooom before life series wallet winner artist

poketo booooooom before life series wallet winner artist

Each of you has a message from me in your inbox! The wallets still have to be produced as we need the artwork from Andrew but rest assured you will all get your wallets sent to you once they are made! I should mention these people were chosen at random using a painstakingly difficult process I invented myself in which I manually copy/paste every single voter name into Word, assign each a number, and generate 5 random numbers using random.org.

A giant thank you to everyone for getting involved, making designs, and leaving positive comments on the submissions!

Stay tuned for the next project!













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







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“Spiral #9” (1996)

 

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