05.12.12 by Jeff

Plugg by Skrekkøgle

Plugg by Skrekkøgle
When you’re done listening to this little radio, you put a cork in it. Watch below!

Plugg by Skrekkøgle

Plugg by Skrekkøgle

Plugg by Skrekkøgle

Plugg by Skrekkøgle

Plugg by Skrekkøgle

Plugg by Skrekkøgle

Plugg by Skrekkøgle

skrekkogle.com

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



  • I need one of these, of course it’s impossible to get!

  • Mark Jack

    Booooooom should get in touch with the people who have these ideas and, based on the reception they receive, sell them from this site. All in favor up arrow this status.

    • would love to make this product reality, i have a feeling they dont need my help though





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Photographer Spotlight: Chris Coyle

A selection of work by photographer Chris Coyle. More images below.

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Call For Submissions: Aint-Bad No. 12

Laura Pannack

 

Aint–Bad Magazine is looking for submissions for issue No. 12! Their goal is to put your best work in front of a crew of 15 curators from around the world (myself included). With each curator selecting two photographers, a total of 30 photographers will be feature (and interviewed) for the final printed publication of the best contemporary photography out there today.

While there’s no specific “theme” for this issue, you may wanna explore Aint–Bad’s archives or look at the images below to get a sense of the imagery they’ve showcased in the past. If you think your work might be a fit and are interested in submitting, head over here.

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Akira Covers for Epic Comics

Came across this great archive of Katsuhiro Otomo’s art and put together a little selection of my favourite Epic Comics Akira covers. More images below.

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LG Partners With Parsons School for Design

LG is partnering with leading design institutions to provide their new 34″ UltraWide monitors to help students studying architecture and design work more efficiently. The dimensions are eye-catching at 21:9 and the design actually curves around the user, offering as much real estate for visual information as possible.

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