02.03.09 by Jeff

Andy Bloxham

Some fun with polaroids by Andy Bloxham.

andy bloxham polaroid photographer photography

andy bloxham polaroid photographer photography

andy bloxham polaroid photographer photography

andy bloxham polaroid photographer photography

andy bloxham polaroid photographer photography

andy bloxham polaroid photographer photography













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



  • dan

    things like this always make me smile

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  • great work.
    really reminds of that guy that did it with the postcards.

  • this is really awesome work

  • Megan Lockhart

    SICK idea

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  • Sascha

    Hahah…interesting idea.

  • Very interesting concept. Really strong execution. I recently discovered the joy in having a Polaroid PoGo…

  • dear andy.
    i just stumbled upon this (on FFFFOUND) after watching the new Q.T. film (it’s 3:47am)
    made me laugh.
    hope all is well.
    cdw





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