11.12.09 by Jeff

Christian Pitschl

Photos by Christian Pitschl. Vienna.

christian pitschl photographer photography

christian pitschl photographer photography

christian pitschl photographer photography

christian pitschl photographer photography

christian pitschl photographer photography

christian pitschl photographer photography

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

  • http://danielgebhart.com/ Daniel

    yay! boooooom shaka laaa!

  • http://christianpitschl.com Christian Pitschl

    Thank you so much, you just made my day!

  • http://www.chrisop.com chrisop

    NICE ONE!!! Congratulation ChristianEL

  • Suzan

    It’s great to “discover” a lot of artists here that I don’t know. But every know and then it’s also nice to see a familiar face :) Christian’s work is great!

  • http://cargocollective.com/marcingruner Marcin Grüner

    I’m a fan of Christian works.

  • Erika


    I’m fan of Chris too!
    He’s a great artist… He has a band called Chris And The Other Girls… I love them!

  • Jennifer

    The first one is so nostalgic.

  • http://nathanveldhoen.com Nathan Veldhoen

    The first one is my favorite, looks like city watching.

  • http://meerwasser.deviantart.com/ Dila

    So deserved.

  • Lea

    I love the first photo and the second to the last one :) So amazing!

  • http://www.whaleonland.squarespace.com Lucy

    I love the second last one, awesome :)

  • http://courtneygriffin.wordpress.com cortnee

    arghhhhhh love the last one! green eyes green eyes

  • Taggy Marsden

    love #5… nice work

  • http://christianpitschl.com Christian Pitschl

    Thank you all so much! I highly appreciate it!

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