18.08.09 by Jeff

Dave Geeting

Photos by Dave Geeting. Brooklyn.

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dave geeting brooklyn photographer photography seeing stealing

dave geeting brooklyn photographer photography seeing stealing

dave geeting brooklyn photographer photography seeing stealing

dave geeting brooklyn photographer photography seeing stealing

dave geeting brooklyn photographer photography seeing stealing

dave geeting brooklyn photographer photography seeing stealing

dave geeting brooklyn photographer photography seeing stealing













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



  • love the framing of that first one

  • yay david!! rad work as always.

  • thanks jennileeee

  • Great texture/colors in that 2nd-to-last. Wanna put hands on that ceiling.

  • Dan

    Number five is from ‘The Generational: Younger Than Jesus’ at the New Museum.

    That girl is getting paid to sleep all day in a gallery space.

  • dbg all day e’ry day

  • si

    i love dave

  • Yaya

    The other day I heard this kid talking on the phone and i yelled his name a bunch of times but he didn’t hear me and it was really anticlimactic.

    hi dave





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Lauren Tsai

 

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