23.08.10 by Jeff

Leandro Erlich

Sculptures by Leandro Erlich.

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artist leandro erlich sculpture

artist leandro erlich sculpture

artist leandro erlich sculpture

artist leandro erlich sculpture

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



  • funny… great!!!

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  • The window-ladder blows my mind. These are awesome! So clever. =D

  • Dan

    the first one blows my mind

  • These are too cool!

  • so

    whoa, i’ve seen these before but didn’t know it was his. love it

  • tomothy the magnificient

    i love th one when its like a swimming pool. such clever ideas, keep up the good work.

  • zeta

    wow

  • Yvy Truong

    Great stuff, by far my favorite~

  • lapetitefaon

    whoa, love these! Especially the pool! Gorgeous!!!

  • hannah

    Was the second one exhibited in japan at one point? i saw something just like it in a museum there. when i stood below the water it felt like people above were watching me drown. SUCH a bizarre feeling!

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  • Byrd

    All of Leandro Elrich’s works are very playful and surreal. He loves to take something very ordinary such as a door or window and take it out of its element by giving it the slightest distortion. The window in the field emotes a bizarre sense of escape. I enjoy how the pool sculpture gives a different viewpoint from below.

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Photos by London-based photographer Hollie Fernando. More images below.

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Sneak Peek of Timothy Saccenti and Sam Rolfes’ New Book

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Visionary director and photographer Timothy Saccenti has a beautiful print project coming out! Made in collaboration with 3D illustrator Sam Rolfes and heavily inspired by model/actor Sui Nakashima (who Saccenti met on a project for Depeche Mode’s last album), SUI: A Journey in Self-Realization explores identity formation and transformation through a series of computer-generated manipulations.

The cinematic feel of the project is testament to Saccenti and Rolfes process, shooting thousands of frames in studio with Rolfes live scanning and manipulating on set/in real time. SUI consists of 35 unbound images that allow the reader to go through them in whatever way they choose. It also comes packaged in a reflective polychrome box encased in a vellum sheet, a deliberate decision on the part of CYMK Books to enhance the unique, material aspect of the project. Check out more images of SUI below!

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Artist Spotlight: Elina Merenmies

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