15.02.10 by Jeff

Dave Jordano

Duck Blinds, Mississippi River, NW Illinois. Photos by Dave Jordano.

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dave jordano photographer photography duck blinds

dave jordano photographer photography duck blinds

dave jordano photographer photography duck blinds

dave jordano photographer photography duck blinds

dave jordano photographer photography duck blinds

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



  • Lovely mississipi, lovely duck blinds, lovely shoot.

  • i dont see it.

  • Interesting study

  • As a kid, my friends and I used to build forts around the neighborhood. These images remind me of those idealized fortress dreams.

  • nice one~

  • Love Dave Jordano’s work. From storefront churches to duck blinds.

  • As a kid, my friends and I used to build forts around the neighborhood. These images remind me of those idealized, secluded forts.

  • dan

    crazy, what a surprise to see him up on booooooom – dave actually has a solo show up at the gallery i work at, check out his other work at clarkgallery.com!





22.07.16 by Jeff

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22.07.16 by Jeff

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I can’t stop looking at these paintings by artist Oda Jaune, who was born in Bulgaria and now lives and works in Paris. They’re just so weird! I love them. More images below.

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22.07.16 by Jeff

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A selection of paintings by artist Amy Sol. More images below.

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21.07.16 by Staff

Colourful Woven Masks by Designer Bertjan Pot

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A fantastic ongoing project by designer Bertjan Pot. Started in 2010, “Masks” emerged from an attempt to make a carpet out of brightly coloured rope. See more non-carpets below!

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