20.09.11 by Jeff

Drew Christie

“The Man Who Shot The Man Who Shot Lincoln”, a startling animation by Drew Christie. I should warn you that this is a bit violent, and when I say “a bit” I mean that a penis is cut off. I dig this style though!

The Man Who Shot The Man Who Shot Lincoln animation by Drew Christie

Watch the animation below!

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

  • Steven Duncan

    hey, this might sound silly,

    but thanks for the violence heads up. I love this blog, and i’m loving it more and more. I really do appreciate that kind of disclaimer so I can avoid more graphic stuff. booooooom is coooooool.

    thanks jeff

  • toastrander

    wonderful :)

  • jcc

    this is genius!

30.11.15 by Staff

Amazing Collaborative Drawing Performance Between Human Artist and Robot Arm


“Drawing Operations” is an ongoing collaboration between New York-based artist Sougwen Chung and a robotic arm called Drawing Operations Unit: Generation 1, (D.O.U.G._1). Together the two draw in synchronized performance, with D.O.U.G. mimicking Chung’s movements in real time using a ceiling-mounted camera and computer vision. The arm was designed in collaboration with developer Yotam Mann.

Watch the beautiful video below!

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30.11.15 by Jeff

Illustrator Spotlight: Harriet Lee-Merrion


A selection of works by Bristol-based illustrator Harriet Lee-Merrion. More images below.

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30.11.15 by Jeff

Animation of the Day: Isolaa “Heartless”


One of the freshest styles I’ve seen in awhile! Love this animation by Arnaud Laffond for Isolaa’s song “Heartless”. Watch the video below.

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28.11.15 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: j.frede


Beautifully combined images in this series by Los Angeles-based artist j.frede. Made with seemingly banal landscape photographs purchased at flea markets and arranged into a single scene, these collages effectively merge different times and places together, creating entirely new landscapes. The gorgeous framing is really makes this simple idea quite striking. More images from Fiction Landscapes below.

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28.11.15 by Staff

Video of the Day: Soupcans “Siamese Brutality”


You won’t see images being moved by hand and an exacto knife done as entertainingly as this! Check out Montreal-based filmmaker/miniaturist Winston Hacking’s “paperteering” skills at work in the video for Toronto punk band Soupcans’ track “Siamese Brutality” below!

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