14.01.13 by Jeff

Twenty Four Hour Woman

Twenty Four Hour Woman by Scott Lenhardt
Scott Lenhardt’s “Twenty Four Hour Woman” calendar features his character, a naked lady, doing all sorts of random activities. But it’s not what it sounds like.

Someone on Etsy asked, “Why is she not pretty and attractive? (no neck, beady eyes, etc.)” I love that this sort of thing reveals what people consider beauty to be.

Watch the video below.

etsy.com/listing/109100888/twenty-four-hour-woman













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



  • haha i love how he’s just cracking himself up with his art! what a cool guy :)

  • This is so great.

  • jena

    i love the fact that she’s not beautiful in the standard sense

  • ChowChow

    This guy is just the cutest





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