10.05.10 by Jeff

Alex Kisilevich

Photos by Alex Kisilevich.

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Photographer Alex Kisilevich bubble one photgraphy

Photographer Alex Kisilevich

Photographer Alex Kisilevich bubble two photgraphy

Alex Kisilevich photgraphy

Photographer Alex Kisilevich three bubble photgraphy













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



  • These photos are incredible. It is just a bummer that the first thing that pops into my head is bubble boy(That god-awful movie with Jake Gyllenhaal). But, perhaps these photos reclaim and redefine the bubble metaphor as there own. I’d like to think so. Any thoughts?

    • lapetitefaon

      DITTO, except for the one of the guy next to the car, that one looks to me more like a kid just happened to get stuck inside of a giant soap bubble some kid blew with a wand. That photo is rad!

  • So good! But aw man, what a bummer to be trapped inside a bubble. Look how sad that guy is that he can’t fit inside the awesome wood-paneled station wagon!

  • I love the bubble next to the car.

  • personal injury Houston

    I love all picture, These are awesome pics which I have never seen. Specially, I like bubbles pics. Its unique art!! I just love this.

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