22.10.09 by Jeff

Bas Princen

Photos by Bas Princen.

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



  • these places don’t even look real.

  • Spoony

    Earie but very eyecatching…

  • seriously. where does this guy live?

  • love all pictures!

  • Rouquine

    Great!

  • Wow.

  • Wow, I’m speechless. I’d be impressed if these were paintings… but they’re photos! Stunning.

  • it’s so pure and strong that you would think the image is deceiving u
    <3

  • so good! me likey.

  • wow that skatepark? night shot is great

  • illyana

    these are so beautiful!

  • @Andrew:
    The Netherlands… Just like me ^^

    Have a good day ya’ll!
    -Michel Merx.

  • Yes e lives in the Netherlands, but the work is made all around the world. He travels to find photos.

  • The first one looks like made of cardboard or something. The rest are amazing too

  • peter

    HA! The first one is at the corner of wilshire and la brea. It’s the back of the metro building… now a gnarly lime green. It falls off a cliff in the feature film ‘2012’. Rad.





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