24.09.09 by Jeff

Miranda July

Miranda July poses as extras from classic films, for Vice.

miranda july movie extra film vice photo series

miranda july movie extra film vice photo series

miranda july movie extra film vice photo series

miranda july movie extra film vice photo series

miranda july movie extra film vice photo series

miranda july movie extra film vice photo series

miranda july movie extra film vice photo series

miranda july movie extra film vice photo series

miranda july movie extra film vice photo series

miranda july movie extra film vice photo series

miranda july movie extra film vice photo series

miranda july movie extra film vice photo series













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



  • Wow, this is fucking great.

  • she is brilliant

  • Vasundhara Prakash

    Cindy Sherman has done similar photo performance work and so has an Indian artist called N. Pushpamala. Very interesting work though!

  • this girl is great!

  • Absolutely beautiful work! -B

  • Love the originality, great stuff.

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  • I love Miranda July, She is shuch a talented women! and this pictures are great, First one is awesome!

  • I love her so much!

  • Only one word for this: AWESOME

  • miranda, you are gorgeous. and you got it each time. is that an iphone when you are the police?

  • Chelsey Scheffe

    Such a grand idea.

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  • just

    LOVE THIS SO MUCH

  • rachel

    hero.

  • Love this artful, humorous, and fun bunch.
    Thanks for posting booooooomy stuff.

  • Nata

    Awesome job!!!

    *****

  • JULIET

    really cool idea!

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  • Vim

    Wicked idea, good shots maybe you should act as extras in real movies… i think you’d get the job. Im also wondering if that’s an Iphone in your hand in the police pose?

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  • Love this!!! :)

  • love her! love this!

  • so

    i love her i love her book i love this

  • juuustin

    mannnnn i love her so muchhhhhh

  • LF

    A lot like Cindy Sherman’s work.

  • she’s basically the best thing since blueberry pancakes and cigarettes.

  • how the heck did she get those same sneakers in the kramer vs. kramer shot??!!! brilliant!!!

  • katha allemande

    superbien!!

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  • omg I love her

  • Megan Kay

    Gracious, I didn’t even realize what this was at first. Fantastic.

  • toastrander

    Wow. Last one is so funny. Captures her expression perfectly

  • Miranda July makes me feel sick with jealousy. Too good.

  • Fay

    amazing work..i love this woman





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