10.12.09 by Jeff

Ruben Brulat

Photos by Ruben Brulat. Paris. Astounding work.

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



  • ashi

    amazing

  • oh my god

  • i want to add that he’s 21 years old!

    • Savannah

      what the WHAT.

  • bert

    Sublime.

  • keith

    public table tennis!

  • Erin

    is it bad that when i saw these i burst out laughing?
    i mean well, i really do :)

  • Alex

    great idea

  • more like Ruben Brilliant!

  • incredible work…

  • damn

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  • Maw

    Wow yay! i love textured/geographic kinds of pictures!

  • John Price

    Like “where’s Wally” but more naked.

    • eoj

      You beat me too it!

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  • can’t help thinking of the process. As far as i understand he’s the naked one at the photos. How calm he dare leave his camera stand alone when he’s so far away – besides those taken in the wild of course hehe. But I agree with you all.. great great work. and truly amazing for his age.

    It reminds me of ryan mcginley, but more pure and symmetrical.

  • wowee zowee

  • steelsheet

    “Like “where’s Wally” but more naked.”

    :D

  • tom

    unreal

  • i can’t get over the lighting in all of these, like giant studio shots

  • I just don’t understand how these work! There’s this huge landscape, but somehow all of the focus goes straight towards the naked person. These are ridiculously cool.

  • Wow I really love these. Makes me feel so small.

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  • ridiculous! so good.

  • I love it.

  • Travis Flack

    These are crewdson-esque, Anyone know tech info?

    • James DeBlasse

      Nikon D700 – Zeiss 85mm – 20-40 shots stitched together to emulate large format film. Subject (himself) framed using the camera timer. Ruben is pretty intense and a brilliant artist.

  • speechless.

  • lapetitefaon

    what on earth?!!! how did I ever miss these?!!! JESUS. These are freaking phenomenal! I just can’t get over them….

  • This is aninstructiveblog and a truly revelation.





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