27.01.10 by Jeff

Craig Nunn

Limbs by photographer Craig Nunn. Cambridge, UK.

craig nunn photographer photography limbs series

craig nunn photographer photography limbs series

craig nunn photographer photography limbs series

craig nunn photographer photography limbs series













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



  • Ben

    “The Claw”

  • This is pretty cool :)

  • carla

    !!!!!!! <3

  • rob

    …interesting… :)

  • Savannah

    i don’t know that any of these need the limbs. they’re kind of great to imagine without them.

  • Julia

    Is there a website where I can read a statement of sorts for this? I love it and really want to know more!

  • I don’t really like to write blurbs about my photos. They’re just there to be interpreted in any way you like. More stuff on my website though, if you’re interested… http://hrtbps.com

  • These remind me slightly of Arno Rafael Minkkinen, with the exception that Minkkinen’s pictures are rather graphical, these are more statement-like.





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