15.04.09 by Jeff

Nienke Klunder

Really diggin’ these transitioning portraits by Nienke Klunder. This series, from a soldier to a clown, is actually a lot more gradual – I’ve only included half the images. It reminds me of that one scene-change in Adam Freeland’s We Want Your Soul where the guy is holding a tv remote and suddenly he’s a soldier holding an M-16. (Love that video)

nienke klunder artist photography self portrait transition series

nienke klunder artist photography self portrait transition series

nienke klunder artist photography self portrait transition series

nienke klunder artist photography self portrait transition series

nienke klunder artist photography self portrait transition series

nienke klunder artist photography self portrait transition series

nienke klunder artist photography self portrait transition series

nienke klunder artist photography self portrait transition series

nienke klunder artist photography self portrait transition series

nienke klunder artist photography self portrait transition series

nienke klunder artist photography self portrait transition series

nienke klunder artist photography self portrait transition series

nienke klunder artist photography self portrait transition series

nienke klunder artist photography self portrait transition series













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



  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/dutchct/ eric

    love her stuff

  • http://lightning-heart.blogspot.com Lightning Heart

    wow, that’s really clever

  • http://www.jollybegood.com JollyBeGood

    What does a dying soldier,a used hooker and an unhappy clown have together in common?

    Pain? Any ideas? Anyone? I am curious. Great piece.

    • http://www.stephen-grebinski.com Stephen

      Guess they are all tools that men use? Or take advantage of?

      I like how the red flows from piece to piece although a few of the more melodramatic ones are a little too Cindy Sherman for me

  • Kiera

    haha . awesome! very interesting

  • http://www.revista-apes.blogspot.com CUTOVOI

    Nice. Really nice.

    -TC-

  • http://www.alteredlines.com Altered Lines

    Dope!

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

    haha really creative,

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