08.12.09 by Jeff

Simone Lueck

Cuban televisions sets, photos by Simone Lueck.

simone lueck photographer cuban television sets photography

simone lueck photographer cuban television sets photography

simone lueck photographer cuban television sets photography

simone lueck photographer cuban television sets photography

simone lueck photographer cuban television sets photography

simone lueck photographer cuban television sets photography

simone lueck photographer cuban television sets photography

simone lueck photographer cuban television sets photography













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



  • they come across like strange invaders from space

  • elf

    wow, those look splendid! It always nice to see whats it like in another country, a bonus when its beautifully shot and a festive of colour!

  • wow! incredible work

  • wow, now this is an amazing series, really genius.

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  • Miss L

    extremely nice!!
    Very powerful and interesting subject.

  • Spoony

    The second picture is just pure awesomeness, wow, incredible.

  • Lovely.

  • wow! some visually stimulating pictures telling a story… great find Jeff! need some more of this on boooooooooom

  • Amazing subject, very interesting, work of art. believe it or not some of these pics takes me back a bit, thanks for sharing.

  • What about the care with the TV’s working frequencies? None of the screens has those black stripes! Awesome!

    Congratz Simone!

  • Kinesi

    so sick. i love it all. nicely done!

  • Savannah

    completely amazing. a really nice change of pace. there are so many bizarre layers of viewership going on here.

  • I love the first picture with the empty chair, it looks like something ordinary as a tv becomes a religious light. Beautiful.

  • lapetitefaon

    Awesome series!

  • This series definitely makes me feel like they were taken in space or some far off place. Beautiful images -tys

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  • mo

    Lovely!!!

  • caro B

    wow. these are sooo good. and to think my parents lived like that

  • These are way cool.





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