28.04.09 by Jeff

Julian Wolkenstein

Photos by Julian Wolkenstein. What is there to really say, it’s a horse with bangs! Awesome!

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julian wolkenstein horse wearing a wig photographer photography

julian wolkenstein horse wearing a wig photographer photography

julian wolkenstein horse wearing a wig photographer photography

julian wolkenstein horse wearing a wig photographer photography













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



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  • she won one of the AOP awards a year or two ago for her horse pictures didnt she?

  • *he

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  • Robert B Cooper

    Well I have to comment. The horses are genius. And the last two photos are great. I don’t have words for it but these are truly inspiring.

  • Eeek, that first horse is a little creepy. These photos are quite wonderful though.

  • the fresh flowers photo is great, the bottom ones are kinda overshadowed by the horse photos but i really like them, the floating church too

  • those horses rule. love the building, too.

  • Love the horses, hilarious!!

  • Two words: WOW.

  • JohanE

    Those horse photos are weird…in a good way though.

  • omg they’re all really great. I want to know where that floating church is its really cute. The fresh flowers one has to be my favourite though, I love bougenvelia.

  • topp

    now that’s a beautiful horse!!

  • Those horses are amazing work.

  • Gav

    the second last, the buildings, is incredible. i’d probably rate it higher than anything else i’ve seen here this past month.

  • Excellent work of the horses, i like it

  • Fei

    They look real human

  • Definitely amazing – the horse mostly. they’re already personable animal but with the wig they are stunning. Plus the styling is perfect, color and everything!
    I went back to see if the 2nd one was smoking a cigarette or not… No idea why I made that up!
    Great photos, thank you!

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Born in Greece, with a background in Electrical Engineering as well as Art Science, artist Petros Vrellis has a passion for creating interactive installations that blend art and technology. His latest project is a mesmerizing re-imagining of traditional handicraft.

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