22.08.12 by Jeff

Dream Music: Part 2

Dream Music: Part 2
I thought for sure I would hate this video. The opening titles, the music, the sunglasses… I almost stopped it after the first few seconds but if you can get through the first minute or so it actually gets kind of epic.

This stop-motion apparently took about 6-8 hours for every 3-4 seconds of footage. A moment of silence for whoever edited this because there’s no way he survived.

Watch it below!

Created by: Marc Donahue & Sean Michael Williams

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



  • amazing skills, weird taste.

  • ben

    It took me about two minutes to realize that he’s lip syncing in stop motion…wow.

  • TOASTRANDER

    holy crows. this must have taken a year total… I liked some of the credits parts the best though :) great footage





21.08.17 by Jeff

OPEN CALL: @Booooooom Instagram Feature

photo by Jimmy Marble

 
Heads up, we are currently accepting submissions for features on our @Booooooom Instagram account. This is an open call for photos that fit the theme: ‘A fleeting moment’.

If you have an image that you think fits this theme, leave a comment below with 1 image and a clickable link to your Instagram account.

 

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