26.12.11 by Jeff

Remake / Justin Nunnink

All of your votes have been tallied and it’s my pleasure to finally congratulate Justin Nunnink! His Remake submission was a fantastic re-imagining of “The Ship” by Salvador Dali.

Excellent work Justin, you’ve won yourself the entire Creative Suite 5.5 Master Collection courtesy of Adobe!

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As you can see Justin narrowly beat out Stephan Hoffman and SoYeon Kim in the voting! Thank you all for casting your votes! I promised I would give out a Booooooom prize pack to one of the voters and that voter is Erin Case! Check you inbox Erin!

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Thank you to everyone who participated in this project, our judges, and our sponsor! This was so much fun to work on!

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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