30.06.09 by Jeff

Branislav Kropilak

Billboards, a photo series by Branislav Kropilak.

branislav kropilak photographer photography billboards

branislav kropilak photographer photography billboards

branislav kropilak photographer photography billboards

branislav kropilak photographer photography billboards

branislav kropilak photographer photography billboards

branislav kropilak photographer photography billboards

branislav kropilak photographer photography billboards

branislav kropilak photographer photography billboards













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



  • wow, incredible angle! very futuristic/sci-fi-ish…

  • i’ve been a fan of his work for quite a while – i love how he captures light.

    which reminds me, take a look at the amazing works by photographer samantha tio a.k.a. mintio: http://www.flickr.com/photos/samanthatio/sets/72157606283097100/

    they are all taken on a toyo field camera – no photoshop!!

  • OO

    love it’s from bangkok.
    cheers.

  • Gayle

    Spacetime Continuum.
    These photos are great.

  • Steel Giants! These are beautiful.

  • yes … great photos – respect!

  • katie

    A fantastic idea,who knew billboards could be something out of a 70s space film?

  • Found out about his work a few months ago, it’s been blowing my mind ever since. Fantastically minimal but in a completely fresh way.

  • ahh great idea.

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  • Joe

    Really interesting viewpoints.. love it

  • Amazing. Having a why didn’t I think of that moment! My favorite photographs in a long time.





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