22.03.10 by Jeff

Rip Hopkins

Photos by Rip Hopkins. Look for him in every shot.

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



  • tons more on his website!

  • zdx

    I remember a chinese artist has done something similar

    • are you thinking of the guy who paints himself and camoflagues in each photo?

  • ZDX

    his name is Tseng Kwong Chi, the difference is he took self portraits mainly in front of landmarks instead of among people… both are very interesting!

  • Indeed interesting, ZDX

  • dang it, SOOOOO GOOD!

  • Ben

    This collection is fantastic. Not only are the photos great, but having them all gathered together with him in every one gives each photo a new spirit.

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  • sean alexander

    love these rip. glad someone is doing it all.

  • This is a fun series of photos.

  • Ari

    I love love love these!

  • carla

    its so funny & great to see the orange cord in every photo!





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