05.11.08 by Jeff

Andrea Galvani

The fabulously surreal photography of Andrea Galvani. There are so many awesome ideas packed in here, I mean wow. My eyes popped out and my head fell off. I want more.

andrea galvani photography photographer surreal booooooom

andrea galvani photography photographer surreal booooooom

andrea galvani photography photographer surreal booooooom

andrea galvani photography photographer surreal booooooom

andrea galvani photography photographer surreal booooooom

andrea galvani photography photographer surreal booooooom

andrea galvani photography photographer surreal booooooom

andrea galvani photography photographer surreal booooooom













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



  • if you find your head,
    let me know if you see mine as well.

  • i really want a huge print of the first photo

  • Engineer

    And I want a huge print of the sixth one!

  • I agree- I’ll take a huge print of the 6th please! Great find.

  • tao

    i like the pic with the levitating black ballons, it reminds me one of the dali paintings

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  • Dana

    please tell me someone went and picked up all of the balloons after #6 was taken…

  • speechless. perfection.

  • in the sixth

    its possible that the world benefitted more from all of those balloons

    also maybe its just maybe pictures of few balloooons

    :)

  • i’ve been captivated by the photo in the booooooom sidebar for a while now. super photographs!

  • Jacqueline

    Absolutely love the balloon affects!





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