07.07.10 by Jeff

Noemie Goudal

Photos by Noemie Goudal. London.

Photographer Noemie Goudal

Photographer Noemie Goudal

Photographer Noemie Goudal

Photographer Noemie Goudal

Photographer Noemie Goudal

Photographer Noemie Goudal













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



  • nice concept… really nice!

  • dschezzi

    nice!

    ps: I ❤ Booooooom!

  • taylor

    the 1st and 5th one are so great!
    Love the artificial landscapes and sets she has made

  • love the first one.

  • nice concepts,
    first photo is my favorite

  • Patricija

    this is so beautiful, so so beautiful

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  • Trond E

    I love her work. They look amazing printed aswell!

    But when you have an MA from Royal College of Art who can blame her?

  • lapetitefaon

    my goodness! MADE OF MAGIC!!!! I love the children and their sailboat, unbelievable how gorgeous they are!

  • omg. #1 is just brilliant.
    Awesome photos.

  • i love these.

  • Shaun

    Ummm, this just blew my mind. Thanks.

  • Peig Meehan

    Really love these pieces so went to check out a new exhibition in Vauxhall, featuring Noemie Goudal’s work. It’s called ‘The Marquise Went Out At 5 O’Clock’ and features some pieces from a few other artists, well worth the look.

    http://www.edelassanti.com/exhibitiondetails.php?ID=86

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  • DILENY

    AWESOME!!!

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  • the sheet work is amazing!! lovely concept





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