21.05.09 by Jeff

Ginou Choueiri

Potato Portraits by Ginou Choueiri.

ginou choueiri potato portrait

ginou choueiri potato portrait

ginou choueiri potato portrait

ginou choueiri potato portrait

ginou choueiri potato portrait













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



  • funny potato portraits make me laugh. potatoes look brilliant tough …

  • benas gejus

  • Nicole

    Fascinating, but a bit freaky to see all those faces together.

  • Kiera

    ahahah :D

  • hey

    this is a nightmare where my friends and family team up against me

  • Those a freaky sons of bitches. Sick idea though.

  • Archimaniak

    Very nice, freaky, yet very impressive!
    I’m also quite curious about the technique.

  • brilliant and hilarious! :)

  • emily

    awesome! brilliant idea, do you think people bought them or are the sacks and signd just props?
    (also is it just me or does it look like a bit of thought whent into ‘which face/which potato)

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  • Ginou Choueiri

    Thank you!

  • Taryn

    I love these!

  • hahahaha incredible!!! XD

  • Archimaniak

    そうやな〜;)

  • OOOh so cool!

  • romulino paiva

    muito louco
    muy loco
    very good, crazy!!!





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