08.03.10 by Jeff

Satomi Shirai

Photos by Satomi Shirai.

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satomi shirai photographer photography

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



  • Sandra

    love the last one!

  • http://www.facebook.com/rafel.sanso Rafel

    Impressive photos! I love it!

  • http://www.myspace.com/lidopimienta Lido Pimienta

    I connect with this is highly disturbing levels…
    It is like I am looking in the mirror.

    Thank you for sharing.

  • lapetitefaon

    WOW, my god, these are so so so so PERFECT! I’m really in love with the first three, I’m moving into the first one ASAP! Annnnd the kids and the picnic <3 UGHHHHH

  • http://www.wordplacement.blogspot.com alex

    so amazing! thanks for posting.

  • jordan

    very nostalgic, very beautiful

  • http://www.tlspgallery.blogspot.com Thales

    so good. i can’t express how much i love these.

  • http://courtneygriffin.wordpress.com cortnee

    I really really really wanna have a picnic where that first photo was taken! beautiful.

  • fiorella

    me too!!!! or a walk, totally stoned.
    i also love the last one: a literal version of eating off my floor. the colors are alive and i get hungry instantly :)

  • http://www.myangelone.de angelone

    hehe, the last one is great.
    great colors

  • http://dadanoias.net kahlo

    so nice and amazing ^—^

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  • http://www.kowalabearhugs.com Matt K

    The subtle tension is unsettling and encouraging. Keep making this type of imagery.

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/timodrey/ T2

    great =)





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