06.10.14 by Jeff

Booooooom x Herschel Supply: “Drawing On The Past” Opening Night

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Thank you to everyone who came out to the opening of our “Drawing On The Past” show with Herschel Supply at Burrard Arts Foundation on Thursday. The gallery filled up before the sun went down and stayed that way all night. It was an amazing night, and the perfect way to end this collaborative project.

A reminder for those in Vancouver, today is the last day to see the show! This week I’ll be uploading every single digital submission into a gallery on Booooooom, so stay tuned for that.

Thanks to my friend Brandon Shigeta for shooting photos at the event! Lots more images below!

 

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Drawing On The Past













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



  • Taylor doran

    Awesome. Wish I could have been there.

  • Susan S.

    I can’t wait to see and read all of these. I hope there will be a book.

    • taking awhile to re-type out every single submission – it’s coming, i’ve thought about a book, could happen

  • Looks amazing, wish i was able to do one. </3

  • Lauren Crazybull

    That’s awesome! Is there any backpacks left for people to order?

    • i wish there was – they sold out pretty quick





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