25.06.09 by Jeff

Tom Palumbo

Fashion photos by Tom Palumbo, dating back to the 1950’s.

tom palumbo photographer photography fashion bazaar vogue

tom palumbo photographer photography fashion bazaar vogue

tom palumbo photographer photography fashion bazaar vogue

tom palumbo photographer photography fashion bazaar vogue

tom palumbo photographer photography fashion bazaar vogue

tom palumbo photographer photography fashion bazaar vogue

tom palumbo photographer photography fashion bazaar vogue

tom palumbo photographer photography fashion bazaar vogue













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



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  • oh my god, I love Tom Palumbo’s images. His wife was a lovely model and he shot such beautiful pictures of her. I love his work, so alive and fresh, even today.

  • Justin

    So nice… I personally like the first photograph best because of the colour. I need to get a camera of this vintage quality to shoot like that. The skill would be nice too. :)

  • lapetitefaon

    oh my goodness, thank you so much for posting these, they are beautiful.

  • great find! i love the first one the best

  • MMC

    love the colors in that first one and the composition of seven is spot on: all of those converging lines and intersections. great photos.

  • dontstayathome

    liked the first one the most it ives some kind of elegant air to the picture, the combination between legs, dress and hat makes the female body look really esthetic on the beach :)

  • yea it always seems a bit weird to me to see colour photography from back then (or earlier) because most of what you see is black and white

  • gorgeous… love the 1st and 2nd one. the last one reminds me of hitchcock.

  • BLUETURTLEALIEN

    I’m so inlove with the first photo! Like the good old days in 50’s.

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22.05.17 by Jeff

Booooooom TV Guide

Lots of new videos to check out on our video platform, Booooooom TV, and be sure to check out all our director interviews in the feature section. Here’s a few to check out this week:

 

1 – Watch: “Coeur Croisé” – The art direction in this is A+.

2 – Watch: “Disillusionment of 10 Point Font” – One of our favs this year!

3 – Watch: “Orion” – not exactly sure how they created this effect.

4 – Watch: “Hills Beyond a River” – a mesmerizing journey through a city.

5 – Watch: “A Continuous Shape” – lovely portrait of a stone carver.

 

 

22.05.17 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Justin Bauer

A selection of artwork and images by Los Angeles-based Justin Bauer. More work below.

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22.05.17 by Jeff

Vancouver-Based OURO Collective Present “Tangent”

Last week we shot some rehearsal footage of our friends, Vancouver-based dance collective OURO, as they prepared for their first full-length show, “Tangent”. The group has spent the past year exploring movements from each member’s diverse dance background to create a story. Their unique voice is a combination of street and contemporary dance twisted into a language all its own.

For this show they’ve also collaborated with Vancouver artist Kutcorners to create original music inspired by their movements. You can listen to Tangent HERE or on iTunes and it’ll be released on Spotify shortly!

We are proud to be a media partner for OURO’s two performances this week at Orpheum’s Annex theatre (May 25th/26th). If you live in Vancouver come check it out! Their work is fun, accessible and inspiring, regardless of your knowledge of dance. There are only two performances and tickets are going fast (previous shows on Granville Island sold out completely).

Tickets: Get your tickets HERE.

 

OURO Collective Website

OURO Collective on Instagram

 

 

22.05.17 by Jeff

Illustrator Spotlight: Erik Svetoft

Drawings by illustrator Erik Svetoft. More images below.

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22.05.17 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Grace Milk

A selection of work by artist Grace Milk, originally from California and Hawaii, now based in New York. More images below.

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