31.08.09 by Jeff

Birthe Piontek

Photos by Birthe Piontek. The first two remind me of this video.

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birthe piontek photographer photography

birthe piontek photographer photography

birthe piontek photographer photography

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



  • gosh, i really love that milk shot

  • that milk shot is so fantastic it almost makes me want to cry… ha. really- it’s awesome.

  • Love the sadness in the eyes of the old man. The little red line under…

  • lapetitefaon

    These are all so tragic! Beautiful work!!!

  • keep up the portraits. Its your strength!!

  • Before clicking i knew which video was it going to be.
    It reminded me the same!

    • i think me and you are the only ones haha!

  • bryce

    mad props for the mad chops!

  • Anja

    mmm milk! i like these

  • first image, i love it





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Otherworldly Light Installations by Photographer Nicolas Rivals

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Illustrator Spotlight: Ping Zhu

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A really lovely series of work by Brooklyn-based illustrator Ping Zhu. More images below.

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Photographer Spotlight: Mo Costello

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Macon, Georgia-based gospel quartet The Inspirational Heavily Aires participate in photographer Mo Costello’s latest exhibition, “Max”. Challenging expectation and inviting the audience to fill gaps and silences, Costello attempts to rewrite narratives of addiction and deprivation through a collective staged experience. See more images below.

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