28.12.12 by Jeff

Top 15 Posts on Booooooom in 2012











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



  • what a nice way of revisiting the best of the year! maddie the coonhound still has a special place in my heart.

  • Interesting how physical all the most popular works are. It seems to me that these artists are all working sculpturally in some capacity. It is nice to see a sort of trend in these works. Great year in posts for sure.

    • so the digital world isn’t killing the physical world after all!

      • Seems the digital world is just a really amazing way to showcase the physical. Thanks for posting all the amazing work.

      • my pleasure Thomas!

  • Thank you for finding and posting about all this inspiring art and artist! Your blog is really my favourite “place to be” when I don’t know what to do next!

  • Wilheln

    I it just me or were a lot of these works posted in the last month or so?

    • it’s just you. the most recent post was from October, the rest are all from earlier





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