28.07.14 by Jeff

Animation: “Marilyn Myller” by Mikey Please

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You can now watch animator Mikey Please’s stunning stop-motion film “Marilyn Myller” in its entirety! I’d been waiting what seemed like forever to see this. You might remember Mikey’s previous film “The Eagleman Stag” which was also made from thousands of handmade foam models. Watch the film below!


 

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



  • Nanna Rebekka Jensen

    stunning indeed!

  • evanjed

    Only gods and artists can create.

    Incredible. As expected.

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22.08.17 by Jeff

Illustrator Spotlight: Peter Judson

A selection of works from a series by illustrator Peter Judson based on day to day images he shoots with his phone. See more below.

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22.08.17 by Jeff

Andrea Wan iMessage Stickers

Our talented friend Andrea Wan has just released a fun collection of 60+ iMessage stickers! Check out the sticker app HERE or search for ‘Andrea Wan’ in the app store. We have 6 promo codes to giveaway so if you want one leave a comment below with a joke for Andrea. We’ll hook up 6 of you tonight!

 

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22.08.17 by Jeff

Photographer Spotlight: Jamie Ho

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Photographer Spotlight: Jeff Dietz

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