08.06.09 by Jeff

RJ Shaughnessy / Book

RJ Shaughnessy just sent me over a copy of his new book, Your Golden Opportunity is Comeing Very Soon. Quite a perplexing title! The book is collection of beautifully stark black and white photos of damaged urban landscapes.

rj shaughnessy photographer photography Your Golden Opportunity is Comeing Very Soon

rj shaughnessy photographer photography Your Golden Opportunity is Comeing Very Soon

rj shaughnessy photographer photography Your Golden Opportunity is Comeing Very Soon

rj shaughnessy photographer photography Your Golden Opportunity is Comeing Very Soon

rj shaughnessy photographer photography Your Golden Opportunity is Comeing Very Soon

rj shaughnessy photographer photography Your Golden Opportunity is Comeing Very Soon

rj shaughnessy photographer photography Your Golden Opportunity is Comeing Very Soon













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



  • keith laudati

    Very cool…Title is great.

  • Jose Landa

    Damn, where you get it? I gotta cop it. Smoke dro, peep this book, get hype take some muhfukin pitchers.

  • !!!!!!!!!!

    i’m working on a series pretty similar to this idea right now.

    i wish people would send me books like these too 🙁





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