11.06.09 by Jeff

Naho Kubota

Photos by Naho Kubota. Love these, very painterly.

naho kubota photographer photography new york

naho kubota photographer photography new york

naho kubota photographer photography new york

naho kubota photographer photography new york

naho kubota photographer photography new york

naho kubota photographer photography new york

naho kubota photographer photography new york

naho kubota photographer photography new york

naho kubota photographer photography new york

naho kubota photographer photography new york

naho kubota photographer photography new york













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



  • Jennifer

    niiiice. I like the 2nd and 7th.

  • Elle

    Absolutely beautiful! Obviously well planned, great technique and lovely colours. Best work I have seen on here in a while!

  • very nice light tones, pleasant to the eye. It’s a bit of shift from the usual photography up here and kind of refreshing :)

  • wow. beautiful photographs.

  • beautiful. love the simplicity of the photos.

  • aLli

    WOW these photos are so pure

  • oh these are so beautiful and serene. i really like the photograph with the mirror, and the colours in all of them. everything is so precise and neat

  • Jon

    The series of photos from the Unrevealed series are really nice. Somewhat familiar but impossible to reveal. Abstract color patches, lovely.

  • very clean.nice.i just dont believe in the white aseptic world..





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