27.05.09 by Jeff

Tim Walker for Hermes

Photographer Tim Walker for Hermes spring. Amazing stuff.

tim walker hermes spring catalog

tim walker hermes spring catalog

tim walker hermes spring catalog

tim walker hermes spring catalog

tim walker hermes spring catalog

tim walker hermes spring catalog

tim walker hermes spring catalog

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



  • dear Tim Walker, please direct a movie. thanks

    • Clif

      Staring Gary Busey

  • NVA

    hehe….tim walker definitive rules
    thats for much art for fashion

  • cat

    There’s another photo similar to the first one that I have been trying to look for. The only difference is the wall/ground is green grass. I’m pretty sure it’s the same photographer so this post rules.

  • Say

    I totally second that JeffHamada!
    Or at least be a cinematographer pleaseeeee =)

  • awesome photos!

  • wow, how wonderful!

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  • tr3

    Wow!
    My mind was just blown by the first picture!

  • lapetitefaon

    I think I just died.

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  • J’adore! This Hermès catalog is just amazing! Tim Walker’s photos are awesome! and a movie is a great idea :)

  • Oh yeah – a Tim Walker film would me amazing!

  • Hudson

    uau very very beautiful, Surrealism!!!

  • And this kind of amazing photography is half the reason I love fashion so much. Wow, Tim Walker, wow.

  • emily

    Tim Walker is one of my absolute favourite (fashion)photographers. his photos are always so imaginative and surreal and beautiful and mind blowing.
    As ever i am in complete awe of his work

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  • Picture 4 the elements are numerous. I gasp, I sigh, I feel happy this kind of beauty exists..

  • Remi

    Philippe Ramette is the artist you are looking for.

    http://blaisechatelain.files.wordpress.com/2009/04/6a00d8341c0b4b53ef00e54f7e468a8834-800wi1.jpg

    The genuine talent, not the fashion-copycat-doll guy…

    • Izy A


      “The genuine talent, not the fashion-copycat-doll guy…”

      Sure Ramette President!

  • rob

    inspiradoras!

  • tr3

    Even if the concept was copied, Tim Walker’s image is composed more masterfully than Philippe Ramette’s.

  • THIS DUDE DEFF NEEDS TO DIRECT A MOVIE…..love every picture i laid eyes on!!!

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  • whoa, remember the Nintendo game Rygar? that first photo feels exactly like that

  • BELLISSIMA !!

  • valentine

    Tim Walker needs to direct a movie. ASAP. His images are the stuff dreams are made of.

  • M.L.

    My favorite photographer. He brings fantasy to life. Hats down to Mr. Walker (and Mr. Recuenco)

  • Awesome…

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  • I love the first photo of the guy in the wheat field. It was such a different perspective that made my mind stop.

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  • Dear Tim,

    Wonderful work, you def have a Yinka Shonibare vibe in there. Great stuff. Curious how did u get into shooting for Hermes? They have a wild collection. Cheers.

  • Joe

    The woman and the snail is an unreal pic! Amazin





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