22.01.10 by Jeff

Daniel Gordon

Photos by Daniel Gordon. Brooklyn.

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



  • How beautifully strange, makes one recall the works of
    Bas Jan
    Keep up the good stuff!

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  • damn good! when i was a kid i often had the dream to be able to fly. it felt the same then expressed in those pictures. love em!

  • My god!! I totally agree, I have the same feeling, back to my old dreams…

  • simple and brilliant

  • John

    Love it

  • Katie

    The first one just looks so much like Yves Klein’s “The Leap.” I see how it adds to the series to have a starting point, but the resemblance is just a bit too much for me without the work being a rethinking of Klein.

  • I had the same dream as a boy, I dreamed I was flying in the park from my house!
    congrats!
    good pictures!

  • mesmerizing. the mood in these photographs is absolutely fantastic, other-worldly.

  • my best dreams are the ones in wich i fly just like this guy! thanks for sharing!

  • great series!
    love the first one (even though it stands out a bit)

  • ellie

    this would make a cool childrens book kinda theme

  • brokolise
  • Natalie

    I agree with Katie, the first photograph reminds me of Yves Klein’s The Leap. Denis Darzacq has created a series that is somewhat similar, but takes place in urban enviroments instead.

  • Maja

    like really everyone feels like he does in his dreams…

  • Those are imaginatively beautiful.

    Thank you for sharing.

  • wow. i am perpetually amazed by the ability of the human body and mind.

  • lapetitefaon

    whoa whats going on. The first is freaking stunning, obviously.

  • Ari

    It seems as there is a common theme of childhood dreams in the responses to these pictures! I too had dreams of flight, not exactly the same flight as the flight depicted in these pictures, but flight nonetheless!

  • Tash;

    this made my day

  • lovely

  • PJ

    this artist has evaporated my past beliefs – art is therapy

  • DC

    great works





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