18.02.10 by Jeff

Gus Powell

Photos by Gus Powell. New York.

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



  • Every image tells a story. Awesome!

  • Angela Marie

    The setting of each picture is perfect – it makes the shot.

  • Bruna Smart

    great composition!

  • I enjoy the simple clutter of people in the NY shots

  • simon

    wow.
    all great.
    first one like a painting.

  • Ha that Gap photo is great, those look like some hardd dudes

  • Tyler Austin Bradley

    Photo 5 (The Gap glaziers) is great- love the perspective.
    Number 7 makes me sad- curb cutaways should be painted yellow so folks with weak vision don’t trip and fall.

  • Photo #3 made me smile. :)

  • anna

    i admit that at first glance i wasn’t crazy about these, but after looking again i’m amazed. 7 is excellent!

  • carla

    wow. these are great. more than three of these made me laugh out loud. good shit.

  • Toby

    love these! 1, 3, 5 and 7 especially





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