01.04.09 by Jeff

Catalina Bartolome

I like these photos by Catalina Bartolome in which her subjects’ faces are almost always hidden from view. Kinda like Ye Rin Mok.

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



  • http://daydreamlily.blogspot.com daydream lily

    ah I love these, especially the first one with the balloons!

  • http://blog.michellearrrrr.com michelle

    gahhhh!! stunning!

  • http://stephaniesees.com stephanie

    so beautiful!
    so frustrating!

  • http://www.corygibbons.com/blog/ Cory Gibbons

    really neat style

  • so c.

    the shoulder blade boobs are awesome. haha

  • Kiera

    haha. interesting! i like the first two and the people on the road . lol :)

  • http://www.deeplysuperficialpeople.com SewJaBoy

    sweet leggings in the last one, and i agree with So C. shoulder blade boobs… sexy haha.

  • http://artsponge.wordpress.com/ Patrick

    very very creative style, this is a great series

  • http://www.paperschmaper.blogspot.com Krissy

    eerily brilliant! love the first 2… (shoulder boobs = strange)

  • http://www.chrisorama.com Chris

    Very creative. The way the shots are framed add to the dynamic of the photographs.

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  • Mic

    real funky Photos!
    I like them :-)
    Respect





08.02.16 by Jeff

Photographer Spotlight: Maimouna Guerresi

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Gorgeous portraits by Maïmouna Guerresi who was born in Italy as Patrizia Guerresi where she was raised as a Catholic. She later changed her name when she married a Senegalese man, and converted to Sufi Islam. More of her striking work below.

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Paintings by Italian artist Agostino Arrivabene. More images below.

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Pixelated Ceramic Sculptures by Japanese Artist Toshiya Masuda

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Fun ceramic sculpture series by Japanese artist Toshiya Masuda offers pixelated versions of everyday objects like running shoes and disposable Starbucks cups. More images below!

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Sculptured Slang by Canadian Artist Trevor Wheatley

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Canadian artist Trevor Wheatley and collaborator Cosmo Dean install large-scale graphic sculptures that touch on modern slang words and phrases, placing them in various outdoor locations (some more accessible than others). See more surreal images by Jake Sherman below!

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Artist Spotlight: Monica Rohan

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Vibrant and slightly evasive self-portraits by Australian artist Monica Rohan. More images below!

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