17.02.10 by Jeff

David Luraschi

Photos by David Luraschi. San Francisco, California.

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david luraschi photographer photography san francisco

david luraschi photographer photography san francisco

david luraschi photographer photography san francisco

david luraschi photographer photography san francisco

david luraschi photographer photography san francisco

david luraschi photographer photography san francisco

david luraschi photographer photography san francisco













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



  • these are so so so sooo good

  • These are all brilliant.
    I really love the first one.

  • Maw

    I love the leaf-person!!! And the last picture

  • david luraschi is an overall awesome human being

  • I LOVE LOVE LOVE every single one of these,
    especially the second and the last.

  • yeah dave!!!

  • man oh man.

  • These give me the fuzzies

  • Will

    Simply brilliant.

  • NathanM

    Clean meat!

  • john

    I see this guy with his dog everyday, that’s in the 7th Paris where I work, funny to see them here. Oh and great work, Love the first one.

    ++





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