Drawings by illustrator Dayoung Cho. More images below.
by Mia Zamora BEING an only child with overprotective parents, I grew up using “No” as my default answer to everything. Let’s go outside and play in the rain? No. Let’s ride a boat to the deep part of the sea and jump in? No. Let’s play hooky at school and go to the mall […]
Here’s this month’s Reader Submissions post! Please share your work here if you’d like to be considered for a feature on Booooooom. The comments allow images to be attached so make sure post an image along with a link to … Continue reading →
A selection of surreal work by artist Roby Dwi Antono, based in Yoyakarta, Indonesia. Would love to see more work from this part of the world. Wow. If you know of others please send recommendations! More images below.
A selection of recent work by Paris-based photographer Fred Lahache (click here for previous post). More images below!
A selection of paintings by Los Angeles-based artist Sarah Awad (click here for previous post). More images below.
Drawings by artist Jang Koal. More images below.
A selection of photos by New York-based photographer Gregory Halpern (click here for previous post). More images below.
By Leo Babauta I’m thrilled to share with you my newest ebook about habits, and perhaps my best yet on the topic: The Habit Guide: Zen Habits’ Effective Habit Methods & Solutions. I wrote this for the Kickstarter backers of my Habit Zen app (so if you’re a backer, don’t buy this, check your Kickstarter […]
A selection of new work by Nova Scotia-based artist and illustrator Sarah Burwash (click here for previous post). The motorcycle images have been made into silk scarfs! See more below.
I love this series of burnt canvases, newspapers, and boxes by Berlin-based Israeli artist Ariel Schlesinger. Have a look at more images below.
This is my dog, Todos We asked our talented friend, B.C. based photographer Alana Paterson to share some of her favourite photos! Check out the images below.
Artist Ben Pieratt has started a fun project called Dead Bookstore where he deconstructs old books, separating all the pages, searching for interesting juxtapositions. He makes his findings available for purchase but also encourages people to go out and create their … Continue reading →
Japanese artist Manabu Ikeda has finally finished his monumental, 13 x 10 foot pen and ink drawing. Inspired by the aftermath of the Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami, Rebirth is a meticulously detailed reflection on disaster and recovery. Ikeda’s skill and dedication is no … Continue reading →
Los Angeles-based artist Mimi Jung explores the interplay between public and private ways of being through woven wall pieces and constructions composed from familiar, often everyday materials. Click here to read our interview with her. See more images below.
A selection of work by London-based artist Maria Cecilie Midttun (click here for previous post). More images below.
A selection of photos from London-based photographer Robin Friend’s latest project (click here for previous post). Bringing together 10 years of British landscape work, the series’ title is in reference to the phrase Victor Hugo used to describe the collision of … Continue reading →
A personal series by Berlin-based artist and illustrator Isabel Seliger. Click here for previous post. More images from “Anywhere but Here” below.
A selection of work by my buddy Dennis Brown, better known as artist, illustrator and designer, Bagger43. Do yourself a favour and follow him on Instagram (@bags43), his daily doodle videos (#baggerclips) are much needed shot of inspiration in my feed. … Continue reading →
A selection of recent paintings by artist Matthew F Fisher (click here for previous post). See more images below or check out his solo show, Observable Universe, at Taymour Grahne Gallery in January.
Another great portrait from our friends over at #TheCreatorClass! This time exploring the intersection between fashion and photography, “On Fashion And Images” goes behind-the-scenes of Off White’s Spring/Summer 2017 collection as designer Virgil Abloh and photographer Fabien Montique share their insights on creativity and … Continue reading →
by Biplap Gosh 1. Rejection doesn’t matter Paulo believed in himself. He believed that he was a good poet and that his poems were not suitable for small magazines. So he sent his poems to the ‘Escritores e Livros,’ a reputable literary column in a newspaper called Correio da Manha. But the newspaper humiliated him. […]
Came across some stunning work by artist Marsi van de Heuvel, all drawn with fineliner pens. I especially love the contrast of the organic imagery and the very machine-like strokes. Her new show “Ceremony” just opened at Smith in Cape Town, South … Continue reading →
A selection of recent work by São Paulo-based artist João Ruas (a personal fav). Click here for previous posts. See more gorgeous images below!
A selection of photos by Australian photographer Lloyd Meudell. Taken mostly around the coast of New South Wales, the waves are shot in such a way that they resemble mountain peaks and cliffs. See more of Meudell’s incredible images below!
A selection of work by Brooklyn-based illustrator Min Heo. More images below.
Another selection of pop culture-themed drawings by UK-based illustrator Ryan Humphrey (aka withapencilinhand). Click here for previous posts. More images below.
A selection of paintings by California-based artist Karla Wozniak. More images below.
By Leo Babauta In more ways than we often realize, we get caught up in our stories, and get latched into mental patterns that leave us frustrated, angry, full of resentment … or cause us to procrastinate. In other words, getting caught up is the cause of lots of our problems. I recorded a webinar […]
A selection of recent paintings by artist Adam Sultan (click here for previous post). More images below.
I don’t really go on Flickr hardly at all anymore, but I’ll make the effort even just to look at artist Ariel Schlesinger’s feed. His work makes me miss the days when Flickr pools were popping off with all kinds of great … Continue reading →
Drawings and paintings by artist Mircea Suciu. More images below.
Inspired by Mythbusters’ slow-motion videos but thwarted by high-speed cameras that were too expensive, Vancouver-based electronics engineer David Kronstein decided to create his own! Chronos 1.4 shoots 720p at 1,500fps starting around USD $2,499 (cameras with similar features currently sell … Continue reading →
A selection of photos from Marseille-based photographer Geoffroy Mathieu’s series “La Promenade du Milieu”. Click here for previous post. See more images below.
‘I’ve always wanted to know if I was capable of loving my wife as much as you love yours,’ said the journalist Keichiro to my publisher Satoshi Gungi over supper one night. ‘There is nothing else but love,’ came the reply. ‘It is love that keeps the world turning and the stars in their […]
A selection of drawings and gifs by Los Angeles-based artist Miranda Javid (click here for previous post). More images below.
A selection of work by Athens-based photographer Alexis Vasilikos (click here for previous posts). Vasilikos is also co-editor of the online contemporary photography magazine Phases. All images courtesy of CAN Christina Androulidaki Gallery. See more below.