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













Jeff
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.

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    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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