15.09.10 by Jeff

Alexander Gronsky

Photos by Alexander Gronsky.

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photographer photography alexander gronsky

photographer photography alexander gronsky

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



  • the last one is brilliant!

  • PARKER

    DUCKS.

  • daniel

    boss as hell!

  • Dogs in snow suits. Perfection.

  • victoria

    wow these are all fucking awesome

  • Very impressive body of work (landscapes, people), check out his website.

  • zhengdong

    one of my all time favourites

  • huh

    I know him! I know him!

    <3

  • Amazing beautiful and impressive…

  • These are all so surreal in a way. The army of ducks coming at you, the grave in what appears to be filled wiht water or was it dug in a lake/pond. Then there are the dogs in snowsuits!

  • Alex Paradis

    What a great work

  • wow, i love all of these
    they are amazing..

  • Yanek

    Must be oligarchs dogs in fance dress. Superb.





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