02.02.10 by Jeff

Matthieu Lavanchy

Photos by Matthieu Lavanchy.

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matthieu lavanchy photographer photography

matthieu lavanchy photographer photography

matthieu lavanchy photographer photography

matthieu lavanchy photographer photography

matthieu lavanchy photographer photography

matthieu lavanchy photographer photography

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



  • Hobo-Chic indeed

  • i like fire

  • I need to do more drugs!

    • SHAYA

      no you don’t. hugs not drugs :)

  • pretty genious that stuff…works for me:)

  • Kevin Carmichael

    damn thats a trip in itself, good job dude!

  • Thanks for doing something cool and different with photography for a change. Good ideas. Sculpture photography is awesome. I like how much effort goes into each shot. My only constructive criticism is that it kinda bothers me how you can see skin in the foam one, and in both with the people I find the socks distracting. But maybe that’s just me.

  • courtney

    one, four, and seven

    wow.

  • carla

    hot damn. love the cross between sculpture/installation and photo. yum.

  • screeny

    Come decorate my nursery?

  • ?

    I like what you are suggesting.

  • GREAT!!

  • lapetitefaon

    4 and 5 are sooooo goooood!!!

  • Vv

    Now that’s what I call isolation :)

  • I love the person wrapped in the rug. Some of the other stuff is also crazy, fresh…

  • So nice to see Matthieu featured.





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