31.10.08 by Jeff

Laurent Champoussin

Some great work from France’s Laurent Champoussin. I’m digging this series of photos featuring a little television. I think I just like the whole ridiculousness of the television just kinda laying there on the ground (especially when the photos are taken from quite a distance).

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laurent champoussin photographer photography france paris booooooom

laurent champoussin photographer photography france paris booooooom

laurent champoussin photographer photography france paris booooooom

laurent champoussin photographer photography france paris booooooom

laurent champoussin photographer photography france paris booooooom

I’m guessing most people won’t like those as much as I do, so I snagged a few unrelated photos from other series so you don’t think Champoussin is a one-trick pony. It’s not the case.

laurent champoussin photographer photography france paris booooooom

laurent champoussin photographer photography france paris booooooom

laurent champoussin photographer photography france paris booooooom

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



  • i like the photos with the television, but the places quotes throw me off a bit. good stuff though

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