21.06.12 by Jeff

Simian Mobile Disco / Your Love Ain’t Fair

Simian Mobile Disco Your Love Aint Fair video
New Simian Mobile Disco video, directed by Laurence Stephens. Warning, the last bit may give you a seizure (and the first bit may put you to sleep). Watch below!

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



  • not sure how i feel about this video to be honest – i am more into the idea of the mobile app that Kate Moross designed for Simian that displays moire patterns that you can manipulate while you listen to the album

  • Dalton

    I feel like they just didn’t take the idea for the video far enough to be visually and/or mentally entertaining.

    • and i feel like they already had a video with a really similar idea, no?

      • Dalton

        That would have to be one of my favorites too. And, after seeing through their youtube channel I’d definitely say that they’re trying to emulate some form of synesthesia. Which at least conceptually makes this video more interesting.





20.02.17 by Staff

“Home/Home” by Photographer Wouter Van de Voorde

Beautiful photos by photographer Wouter Van de Voorde (click here for previous posts). In this ongoing series, Wouter juxtaposes his grandparents home in his native Belgium with the mountain ranges of Canberra, Australia where he currently lives. See more images from “Home/Home” below.

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20.02.17 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Sharona Eliassaf

Paintings by artist Sharona Eliassaf. More images below.

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20.02.17 by Staff

“Shroud” by Artist Douglas Goldberg

Alarm Clock

 

Love this series! New York-based artist Douglas Goldberg covers everyday objects beneath drape-like coverings sculpted from stone. Each of the concealed items, ranging from night-lights to a pill bottle, symbolize one of Goldberg’s personal fears. See more images from “Shroud” below or on display at Ulterior Gallery until February 26th.

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20.02.17 by Staff

Kickstarter of the Day: The Little Robot Drawing Arm

Line-us is an adorably compact robotic arm that draws what you draw! Outfitted with a usb connection and wifi capabilities, simply place the machine on a piece of paper and the little guy will replicate anything you draw on screen.

Creators Durrell Bishop and Robert Poll are just as keen for people use the technology to share drawings between friends, family and a larger Line-us community! Check out more images and watch their ambitious Kickstarter video below!

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19.02.17 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Lili Scratchy

A selection of recent work by French artist Frédérique Bellier-Reboul aka Lili Scratchy. Click here for previous posts. More images below.

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