06.05.08 by Jeff

Smoke and mirrors.

Presenting the art of Li Wei (sorry if this is old news for some, I’m a little late on this guy). Wei’s photos are just incredible. He doesn’t just comp these together in photoshop – he goes to the trouble of setting up wires and arranging mirrors to create these amazing pieces. More photos after the jump (including one that will give you a little insight into the way he’s creating the illusions).

li wei photo photography photographer amazing boooooom

li wei photo photography photographer amazing boooooom

li wei photo photography photographer amazing boooooom

li wei photo photography photographer amazing boooooom

li wei photo photography photographer amazing boooooom













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



  • wow
    these are somewhat freaky
    but cool.
    nice post

  • sascha

    People are so creative these days. I wish I was creative like them – and a person like them too. But, alas, I am nothing more than a cyborg who’s only emotion is rage.

    Good post Hamada.

    • Clare

      I’m quoting your comment.

    • kekeke

      me 2

  • ahhh bloody awesome!

  • Elle

    Unbelievable. o.o

  • yami

    sorry my english is soso. the sentenses in the head,i couldn,t understand ….





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