19.04.10 by Jeff

Olivia Malone

Photos by Olivia Malone. Brooklyn, New York.

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olivia malone photographer photography

olivia malone photographer photography

olivia malone photographer photography

olivia malone photographer photography

olivia malone photographer photography

olivia malone photographer photography

olivia malone photographer photography

olivia malone photographer photography

olivia malone photographer photography

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



  • Droolin

    i always think it’s funny when i see photographs like this….like the guy in the bottom pic…i forget that he’s an actual real person who is currently doing something on the other side of the world while i’m looking at a photo of him.that’s just cool/weird/funnny to me.

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      • NOONE

        i like this comment

      • kekeke

        same

    • erik

      he is parked in front of a pachinko (spelling?) machine… my wife owns one of those! very neat gambling machine with ball bearings- like the plinko game from the price is right.

    • The look on his face is the best. “Yeah, I know, there goes more money.”

  • lapetitefaon

    These posts are insane this morning!!! I love this one too!! Ready to start the day now!!!

  • man, I would totally give all the ladies in these pics kisses on the lips, almost as beautiful as the photos themselves!

  • I remember seeing her work a long time ago. I am jealous of the naked chicks in the backyard and sleepy chicks series. Dig it!

  • third from the bottom is redic





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