21.12.09 by Jeff

Alexi Hobbs

Photos by Alexi Hobbs. Montreal.

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



  • RingingInMyHead

    These photos have a quiet intensity about them… Alex’s use of minimalism really brings out the textures in each photo. A tactile experience for the eyes. :]

  • shadiat

    Ehh, that’s funny, the first picture, I pass over this street each morning, and every time I wanted to snap this cloud. Great picture!

  • amazing. I think the last one is my favourite.

  • =)

  • I love the simplicity of the pics, especially the last one.

  • Oh hello Alexi, fancy seeing you here. I recognized the oil puddle that Rey Ben almost lost his mind over (or did he?). They all look neutral as hell, Jessica must be proud ;) See you Wednesday…





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