20.08.09 by Jeff

Gingerbread Monument

More from my doormat… Klara Källström sent me her book, Gingerbread Monument and it is stunning! Sweden is whats up right now. Sorry about the reflections in these photos, the pages were glossy!

gingerbread monument photography book klara kallstrom sweden

gingerbread monument photography book klara kallstrom sweden

gingerbread monument photography book klara kallstrom sweden

gingerbread monument photography book klara kallstrom sweden

gingerbread monument photography book klara kallstrom sweden

gingerbread monument photography book klara kallstrom sweden

gingerbread monument photography book klara kallstrom sweden

gingerbread monument photography book klara kallstrom sweden

gingerbread monument photography book klara kallstrom sweden

gingerbread monument photography book klara kallstrom sweden

Buy it.













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



  • i want this now please!

  • it might be my favourite photo book – it’s definitely up there

  • MMC

    Nice. It looks lovely.

  • Tom

    i want this too 😛
    very nice pictures in there

  • Looks rad.

  • just saw some of these images at the hasselblad foundation in gothenburg. cant wait to snag the book!

  • Zoe

    This is sweet. I wish I had a copy.

  • it is my favorite within my collection. nice jeff!

    • yea i remember you told me about it and so i was extraaa excited to get a copy! i LOVE it





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