28.11.12 by Jeff

Kelvin Doe / 15 year old self-taught engineering prodigy from Sierra Leone, Africa

Kelvin Doe / 15-year old self-taught engineering prodigy from Sierra Leone
Pure inspiration here. Kelvin Doe is a self-taught engineering prodigy from Sierra Leone, Africa. He builds everything from generators to radio transmitters from things he finds in the garbage! At 15, he’s the youngest person ever to be invited to MIT’s Visiting Practitioner’s Program for international development. Watch the profile on this gifted creator below!

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



  • be right back, gotta go make something!!!!

  • Watching this makes me smile. It makes me know that it is not just a select few in privileged countries who are benefiting from technological advancements in society.

    No doubt our friend Kelvin will continue to change more lives in the future, and be a mentor to many in his community and the world.

    Keep it up DJ Focus.





29.08.16 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: David Jien

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A selection of drawings by Los Angeles-based artist David Jien. More images below.

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29.08.16 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Rebecca Hastings

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A selection of paintings by artist Rebecca Hastings. More images below.

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29.08.16 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Kristen Liu-Wong

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Paintings by Los Angeles-based artist Kristen Liu-Wong. More images below.

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29.08.16 by Staff

Instagram of the Day: Photographer Laura Izumikawa Dresses Up Her Napping Cosplay Baby

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Los Angeles-based photographer Laura Izumikawa dresses her baby daughter, Joey, in elaborate costumes while she sleeps. Taking inspiration from popular television shows like Stranger Things and Game of Thrones, to movies like Jiro Dreams of Sushi and Wayne’s World, see more images below!

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29.08.16 by Staff

Animation of the Day: “Spring Time Old Man”

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Berlin-based artist Hoji Tsuchiya creates a really vibrant world for Uri Nakayama’s song about an old, bicycle-riding man in this unique animation! Be sure and check out “Spring Time Old Man” on Booooooom TV.