10.08.12 by Jeff

Question Of The Day

qotd passions
I’ve asked it before but I always like reading your answers, feel free to respond in the comments below or tweet to me @Booooooom.








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



  • making art. period.

    • ^ three periods there – serious statement

  • Lauren

    knowledge and evolving into higher states of consciousness!

  • Living our truths.

  • Pattiguo

    collecting my grandma’s clothes :)

  • Stripe

    Skateboarding

  • Dalton Sjogren

    Passionate People.

  • Shaya

    collaborating with like minded/open minded people. 

  • The intersection of spatial science and poetry.

  • The intersection of spatial science, poetry and physiology.

  • Gaston Sanford

    The ocean

  • Anika

    about living life to the fullest.

  • moving to Canada

  • moving to Canada

  • Lu

    beauty

  • Samantha

    sailboats.

  • Meg

    The Bond, not the object

  • Alison

    visual. art. triple period. making it, living it, experiencing it, working with it and other artist that make it.

  • IrenaKara

    making life a piece of art





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Click here to see our previous post of Dror’s work. More images from “15/20” below.

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