02.11.09 by Jeff

Pierluigi Riccio

Photos by Pierluigi Riccio.

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pierluigi riccio photographer photography

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



  • Cindy

    Wow, the shadows and effect are simply gorgeous.

  • RAMA

    to me, those trees are just hanging out in a prison-like environment. AWESOME lights!

  • vishal

    this is good work. subjects are conventional, general but gracefully methodical and depicted very well. chairs are the new it icons again. I always thought there was art in everything. even bras in the woods.

  • Carla

    Modern mind elucidating modern love. Great Work

  • I looove your blog it’s very avant-garde. I’m now following you via rss feed, I hope you enjoy mine and become a fan-atic! ;)

    @ MaisonChaplin.blogspot.com

  • Maw

    I love this kind of light in photographs. so cool.

  • mnp

    Cool!





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