07.06.12 by Jeff

Be Brave Benjamin / Devil Fool

Be Brave Benjamin Devil Fool music video
Love the colours in this surprisingly destructive video.

Watch below!

Directed by Pablo Maestres.













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



  • littlest

    Pablo Maestres’work is definetly very accurated! He also directed this one for Mates Mates: 
    https://vimeo.com/35148610 

    in which a group of young people can’t keep their feet on the ground and things start flying away.

  • WoW!!!!! For sure a really good video!! Catched my attention!!! Things really happen as if they are happening for real…you know… the fire scene…Thank you for sharing it ♥

  • Sarah_Vegetarian

    Must say it was very enticing, kept me watching.
    interesting concept, im not sure wether it was enjoyable or horrifing XD

  • streaminglove

    their colors palette and the curiosity brings me back to Kynodontas in a way..a pleasant 4 minutes of my day thou!





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