25.02.09 by Jeff

Jakob Hunosoe

I like these little scenes by Jakob Hunosoe, mainly because you can see the little pieces of wire holding up the objects. The scenes could have been made digitally but they weren’t. I like the little imperfections in them that come from making something by hand, and I love the identical creases in the hotel beds (last image).

jakob hunosoe photographer photography

jakob hunosoe photographer photography

jakob hunosoe photographer photography

jakob hunosoe photographer photography

jakob hunosoe photographer photography

jakob hunosoe photographer photography













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



  • I like it!

  • dale

    Is it just me or is the bed now the shape of a giant vulva? p.s. – Love the snowball picture.

  • Markus

    Cool stuff! And yea, the last pic looks kinda like a vag ;E

  • totally a huge vagin but as for the rest of it, I love it, especially the snowballs and the ode to the american beauty bags.

  • i like the plastic bags flying above the gravity n bed sheet ofcourse ;)

  • xo





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