24.07.09 by Jeff

Kaj Lehmann

Photos by Kaj Lehmann. Zurich, Switzerland.

kaj lehmann photographer photography zurich switzerland

kaj lehmann photographer photography zurich switzerland

kaj lehmann photographer photography zurich switzerland

kaj lehmann photographer photography zurich switzerland

kaj lehmann photographer photography zurich switzerland

kaj lehmann photographer photography zurich switzerland

kaj lehmann photographer photography zurich switzerland













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



  • http://www.selectedwhimsy.co.uk Oliver

    Very surreal in a way. A really good feel to them.

    Oh, and number 5 looks like a person with a moustache. :-)

    • Sarah

      Yeeeessss!
      at first i was wondering if my eyes were acting funny because i couldn’t see it–but heck the first one looks like a person with a tiny nose

  • BRENNAN

    Interesting and superlative
    thy make me want to look at them
    a lot

  • William

    Again… The Vertical presentation of these photographs create a beautiful rhythm to the layout. I am not sure if this was intended by the artist, if not, Kudos.

  • emily

    the fourth is mind blowing. the large, flat, windowless wall has such an ominous presence, and the bare wispy trees just accentuates the solidness of it. its one of the most visually interesting things i have seen. its so surreal and out of place. its AMAZING !!

  • emily

    and yes i can see the person with the moustache, like one of the twins in tintin!

  • Sarah

    there’s something with the ladscape versus the people flat on the ground…very very interesting. I don’t have a word for it, but I can’t stop looking at these photos over and over again.

    they kinda looks like faces, hey.





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