13.10.09 by Jeff

Wild Things’ Forts VI

More of your magical forts for our Wild Things’ Forts project with Weloveyouso. And yes, there’s still more on the way.

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Nichole Nye + Ed Balan


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Simona Smarties

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Kellyn Denton + Kamryn Denton

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Joey Nguyen

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Mat and Kelsey

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Laura González Ron

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Lou-Maria + Vladimir Besson

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Dennis Jaurigue

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Dennis + Hildi

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Paul Rodrigues

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Theresa + Matt + Caroline + Emily

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Mariana Gomez

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Caroline Ruth

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Christiana Mercer

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Danny B

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Kiuk So

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Josie

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Jesse Nichols

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Laura + Travis

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Ashley Smith

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Wesley Bruce

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Helen

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Donnel + Paulo + Francis + Tim + Lou

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Ryan Von Fischer

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Eduardo Hernandez

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Tiffany

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David Plascencia

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Matthew Williams

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Charissa Faire

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Cody Latimer

See more: Wild Things’ Forts V

And more: Wild Things’ Forts IV

And more: Wild Things’ Forts III

And more: Wild Things’ Forts II

And more: Wild Things’ Forts I













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



  • http://tumbleaway.tumblr.com caitlin

    wesley bruce…you’re kidding right?! Thats amazing.

  • http://littleakorn.blogspot.com/ adrienneK

    they just keep getting better im in love!!!

  • Hollie Cloud

    They’re all so beautiful!!

  • L

    is that indiekid..Matt?? in the 5th one.

  • Kyle

    OMG Donnel + Paulo + Francis + Tim + Lou, two for one nice job.

  • http://www.ilikepretty.com Nichole Nye

    Yay!!!!!! It makes me so very happy to see our fort up there! :DDDDDDD

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/mkrspm/ Maya

    Nichole & Ed and Danny B. are my favourites from this lot. But they’re all so awesome!! =)

  • David

    Haha my small fort is here!, all are great, Donnel + Paulo + Francis + Tim + Lou fort is awesome!

  • Juliette

    I looooooooooooooooove this project.

  • Josie

    I’ve been avoiding taking my fort down, It’s the most wonderful pace to wake up! I just wish I had had a better camera, for that picture does not do it justice…
    ANYWAYS, all of these forts are lovely and the project was boatloads of fun, thank you!

  • lapetitefaon

    I love all of these! Danny B’s is perfect I was freaking out over it this morning with a friend who said “don’t be surprised when I recreate that over your bed for your birthday!” Awesome contest, has inspired so many people, myself included!

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  • Cody Latimer

    YESSSS my isn’t as good as the others…but I’m happy to see it was put on:))).
    Great idea, so much fun.

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  • joshbotch

    ashley smith- that is a beautiful image. it made my day.

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See more images of “Floating Garden” and “Labyrinth” below or as part of the exhibition Univers’sel at Aigues-Mortes until November 30th.

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It is pretty incredible how far you can zoom into the artworks; have a look here. Watch the video below.

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