10.02.12 by Jeff

Jody Barton and Luke Pommersheim

Jody Barton and Luke Pommersheim
Street posters by Jody Barton and Luke Pommersheim. Jody explains, Jens is a common Danish name and KL.14 means 2.00pm.

Jody Barton and Luke Pommersheim

Jody Barton and Luke Pommersheim

Jody Barton and Luke Pommersheim

Jody Barton and Luke Pommersheim

Jody Barton and Luke Pommersheim

Jody Barton and Luke Pommersheim

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



  • I wonder if he waits around to watch people read these. Well, I am off to look at ufo stuff.

  • Mille Astrup

    I live in Copenhagen, so it was fun to see something danish here! And yes, Jens is very common! (: Do you know if anyone showed up at Nansensgade?

  • India-Mae

    Very very cool! Made me chuckle.

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  • Colin

    i love this so much that i might die

  • Abby

    Just fantastic

  • Steven

    I would love to show up to that sugar party for sure! haha

  • Amy

    This is just like Notes from Chris:

    http://web.mac.com/lambtodd/iWeb/todd%20lamb%20/Todd%20Lamb%20Notes%20From%20Chris.html

    Same concept, same style, same everything.

  • hampus

    search for nansensgade 26 copenhagen at google maps, see the street view. You can clearly see at the angle of the shadows that it’s 2 o’clock and, look at these guys, justing hanging out drinking water outside the front door!

  • idmmm

    this made my morning. no uglies. no sugar kane haha!





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