22.04.09 by Jeff

Lotte Geeven

Amazing work by Lotte Geeven. Amsterdam. There are so many mind-expanding ideas here, I don’t know where to begin.

lotte geeven artist drawing photography installation

lotte geeven artist drawing photography installation

lotte geeven artist drawing photography installation

lotte geeven artist drawing photography installation

lotte geeven artist drawing photography installation

lotte geeven artist drawing photography installation

lotte geeven artist drawing photography installation

lotte geeven artist drawing photography installation

lotte geeven artist drawing photography installation

lotte geeven artist drawing photography installation

lotte geeven artist drawing photography installation













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



  • i just realised how strangely similar the first image of this post is to the first image of the Brock Davis post

    • so c.

      exactly what i was thinking. haha

  • rucien r le raque

    haha, is always nice when you see 2d illustrations transformed in some sort of 3d works

  • emily

    thought provoking stuff….. Being Lotte Geeven’s imagination must be fun!

  • Evan

    The birds are getting a bit kitsch, no? I love the balloon installation.

    • haha its funny you think the birds are kitsch but love the balloons – i dunno i enjoy them both

  • The coffee cups give a new meaning to a double shot of espresso.

  • Wow you could never pitch your tent on a cliff like that. I know cause I tried once and the tent doesn’t stay up cause you can’t peg it down.





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