01.12.11 by Jeff

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Emails like these keep me going, thanks Tom!

Inbox email of the day Thank You Tom Ngo













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



  • My blog is actually really smaller that yours, but I perfectly understand what it means to receive such emails, it gives you a kind of satisfaction that, as you said, keeps you join and gives you an inner smile.
    Keep up the great work, as booooooom is one of my favorite sources.
    Best,
    Marica

    • appreciate it marica!

  • This website made me discover a lot of oeuvres who influenced my own works. Thank you dude

    Des bécots de Montpellier !

    • great to hear Leon!

  • As an art student, to me this blog makes ​​all the difference.

    • Thanks Taina, where are you going to school?

  • Art student too, and this blog made me discover some really great artists that will, for sure, influence a lot my works.

    Keep the good job on, Booooooom!

  • Jeff,

    We too have a site/blog that features artists and receiving occasional “gifts” like these from readers or individuals featured on our site definitely makes it all worth it! This one seems extra special for you and very well deserved! You have a great site with strong and varied content that is always inspiring.

    Keep up the good work!

    BA

  • Tom rocks! Cheers booooooom also! Thanks to you, I can now notice when a word has 7 o’s in it just by looking at it.





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