18.06.09 by Jeff

Infante-Arana & Gorunova

Amazing work by Francisco Infante-Arana and Nonna Gorunova, using mirrors of all shapes and sizes.

Francisco Infante-Arana mirrors photo Nonna Gorunova art

Francisco Infante-Arana mirrors photo Nonna Gorunova art

Francisco Infante-Arana mirrors photo Nonna Gorunova art

Francisco Infante-Arana mirrors photo Nonna Gorunova art

Francisco Infante-Arana mirrors photo Nonna Gorunova art

Francisco Infante-Arana mirrors photo Nonna Gorunova art

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



  • I saw this yesterday when B/D posted it. Great stuff. Rad to see people using mirrors and not just Photoshop.

  • emily

    that is so great. the colours and shapes are right but in the wrong places.
    and i agree with corey, its really nice to see things being done properly and physically.

  • Joel

    nice! it looks so wrong, it’s confusing at first.. but it really works!

  • does this remind anyone else of 2001? kubrick? no? well…either way i like it.

  • chris

    great – these look like they belong on a prog album cover – i mean this in a good way. I love these.

  • oh fractal beauty!

  • bs

    well… there was no photoshop when they were taken.

  • luke goodson

    simple and AWESOME

  • genius. i love these so much

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  • Brilliant stuff.

  • 1993Lee

    好有创意啊~~~

  • Pana

    Dios, quiero/necesito hacer esto. Me encanta el efecto de los espejos con la naturaleza.

    I love it.

  • segg

    a real i wish i did that moment. really loving these , simple a just great . the second one ahhhh





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