20.07.09 by Jeff

Jose Javier Serrano

Photos by Jose Javier Serrano. Spain.

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jose javier serrano photographer photography spain

jose javier serrano photographer photography spain

jose javier serrano photographer photography spain

jose javier serrano photographer photography spain

jose javier serrano photographer photography spain

jose javier serrano photographer photography spain

jose javier serrano photographer photography spain

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



  • karley

    LOVE the last one, amazing

  • The last photograph is beautiful.

  • katie

    awesome…love the beach ones!

  • I love these!

  • lapetitefaon

    best day of art ever! I love every photo featuring tiny lego like people. Beautiful.

  • i love all the negative space
    so poetic

  • josh

    Beautiful. Especially the last

  • dale

    These are fantastic. I love the colors in the gas station picture.

  • i love the one with the bus. great colors.

  • the last one is tops!

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  • wahou!! i love those pictures! all of them!

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  • great colors, especially the one with the playground and the clouds. lovely.

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  • yup! Jose is incredible. He’s behind the cover of Spoonful. (www.spoonfulzine.com)

    thea.
    xx





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