21.01.14 by Jeff

#FriendlyGangSigns / Gallery of Submissions

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Last week we launched an Instagram project #FriendlyGangSigns. If you are only finding out about this now you can still get involved, get the full instructions here.

On Friday I’ll add any submissions that come in this week and pick a couple winners who will each win the entire set of tees I made for Aritzia.

*It’s impossible to pick just two winners buut I must so, the winners of the t-shirts are @corrugatedcut (for more than one brilliant submission) and @lisa_littleflower.

Enjoy all the submissions below:

 

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@jeffhamada

 

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@henrybae

 

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@a_nnnn_a

 

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@lindseykemp

 

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@choplogik

 

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@papipong

 

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@natehutty

 

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@kkefu

 

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@lisa_littleflower

 

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@langohr84

 

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@chosusan

 

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@mahmouq

 

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@tylersnazelle

 

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@theoneproject

 

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@gitatanka

 

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@corrugatedcut

 

 

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@thejamdesign

 

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@taracass7

 

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@catwithoutpants

 

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@jeffreyjacksoninstagram

 

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@wronny13

 

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@alfeefifofum

 

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@corrugatedcut

 

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@tylerdurbano

 

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@sarahlmacleod 

 

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@we_are_sparkol

 

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@olaemil

 

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@prolicious

 

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@corrugatedcut

 

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@soteeoh

 

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@arliss

 

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@vanessadtam

 

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@corrugatedcut

 

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@ltra1n

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@carottte

 

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@yonnikaerk

 

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@joseph_wu_origami

 

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@tiiutsao

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@thewong1s

 

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@tiahenson

 

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@dannyleah

 

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@grschmidt

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@katmok

 

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@sweeteljay

 

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@sun__spots

 

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@ecaliva90

 

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@kathyrawlings

 

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@createivlife













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



  • JennyRoss

    Great work you Mr. Artist… just amazing… what if i want print of the second last to get framed at http://www.paintboxsoho.com ?

  • Great taking part. Finger cramps are a thing!

  • msg the creator directly, each instagram is linked below the image

  • cnice

    yayyyyyyyyy !





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