05.03.10 by Jeff

Alessandro Zuek Simonetti

Photos by Alessandro Zuek Simonetti. New York City.

Photographer Alessandro Zuek Simonetti photography

Photographer Alessandro Zuek Simonetti photography

Photographer Alessandro Zuek Simonetti photography

Photographer Alessandro Zuek Simonetti photography

Photographer Alessandro Zuek Simonetti photography

Photographer Alessandro Zuek Simonetti photography

Photographer Alessandro Zuek Simonetti photography

Photographer Alessandro Zuek Simonetti photography













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



  • the last image is from a show in italy, one of alessandro’s prints wheatpasted to the wall.

  • name

    The last one is very Winogrand. Me gusta.

  • First two, I love.

  • I went to visit his website and wow! there is some serious cool stuff in there!
    saved 🙂

    • Dan

      Definitely worth checking out his website! So many more great images.

  • Jennn

    i absolutely love the 2nd to last one.

  • Breakfastineurope

    wow that first one is sooo great.

  • these are insanely beautiful. especially the fifth print.

  • kevii

    4th and 5th really impressing!





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