29.05.12 by Jeff

Dave Kinsey

Artist painter Dave Kinsey
More lovely work by Dave Kinsey.

Artist painter Dave Kinsey

Artist painter Dave Kinsey

Artist painter Dave Kinsey

Artist painter Dave Kinsey

Artist painter Dave Kinsey

Artist painter Dave Kinsey

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



  • cfm

    Such grace in simplicity, absolutely epic. Please Jeff, I hear the word ‘lovely’ around 50 times aday, spare me from the banality – drives me crazy, more passion bro, more passion. Keep up the good work, love the flavours you bring to this site.  

    • i personally have a hard time using the word epic, that’s just me.

      • DH

         it’s not just you haha

  • Jeremiah

    You have to hand it to cfm, he at least put some effort into pulling out a thesaurus to look up “banality”.

  • Jeremiah

    You have to hand it to cfm, he at least put some effort into pulling out a thesaurus to look up “banality”.

  • Jeremiah

    You have to hand it to cfm, he at least put some effort into pulling out a thesaurus to look up “banality”.

  • Jeremiah

    You have to hand it to cfm, he at least put some effort into pulling out a thesaurus to look up “banality”.





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