12.08.10 by Jeff

Juergen Bergbauer

“Jardin a la Francaise”, by Juergen Bergbauer.

Jardin a la francaise by Juergen Bergbauer

Jardin a la francaise by Juergen Bergbauer

Jardin a la francaise by Juergen Bergbauer

Jardin a la francaise by Juergen Bergbauer

Jardin a la francaise by Juergen Bergbauer

Jardin a la francaise by Juergen Bergbauer













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



  • http://iamhangover.wordpress.com Iamhangover.

    Intresting to say the least. I can’t really see whether it’s painted or photographed though?

  • http://ulicam.blogspot.com Uli

    I actually really like this!

  • lapetitefaon

    Lovely!

  • http://graficzny.com graficzny
  • Saara

    I love the labyrinths.

  • s

    Edited photographs they are.

    Nice stuff by the way.





09.02.16 by Jeff

Photographer Spotlight: Darren Rigo

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A selection of images from Toronto-based photographer Darren Rigo’s series “A Funny Thing”. More images below.

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09.02.16 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Johan Van Mullem

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Obscured portraits by Belgium-based painter Johan Van Mullem. More images below.

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09.02.16 by Staff

Colourful Yet Catastrophic Photographs by Japanese Artist Yoshimitsu Umekawa

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Equal parts mesmerizing and unsettling, Yoshimitsu Umekawa’s photographs are positively (and negatively) nuclear, drawing on the issues and anxieties that surround modern day Japan. See more images below.

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09.02.16 by Jeff

“Close Encounters” by Illustrator Hannah K. Lee

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My friend illustrator Hannah K. Lee sent me over her latest zine, “Close Encounters”. I’m also the proud owner of “Everyone Else is Younger and More Talented” and my personal favourite “Shoes Over Bills”. Love Hannah’s work! Have a look inside the zine below.

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08.02.16 by Jeff

Photographer Spotlight: Maimouna Guerresi

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Gorgeous portraits by Maïmouna Guerresi who was born in Italy as Patrizia Guerresi where she was raised as a Catholic. She later changed her name when she married a Senegalese man, and converted to Sufi Islam. More of her striking work below.

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