17.03.10 by Jeff

Nicholas Alan Cope

Photos by Nicholas Alan Cope. Los Angeles.

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photographer photography nicholas alan cope

photographer photography nicholas alan cope

photographer photography nicholas alan cope

photographer photography nicholas alan cope

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



  • SaeliN

    Hmm… I guess when you think about it, everything in the world can get ‘broken down’ into simple geometric shapes… his shots seem to play on that. Their being black and white makes the lines stand out too, hmm…

  • LOVE this. Composition still rings true, kids.

  • So why don’t i see this kind of stuff in LA? Nice…

  • dan

    I likt e 5th one a lot

  • Jordan

    The house with the black rectangle is so good

  • Nick is the man!!! His work has a unreal/real juxtaposition that really trippy.

  • I briefly met nick and he’s an amazing guy.
    I also live in L.A. and used to get frustrated that while there’s amazing talent here, you hardly ever see it because everyone only sees the shiny tacky Hollywood side of things.
    No worries though, it just means that we have to look a little deeper.





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