06.10.10 by Jeff

Melinda Gibson

“Photomontages”, by Melinda Gibson. London.

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photographer photography artist photo collage montage melinda gibson

photographer photography artist photo collage montage melinda gibson

photographer photography artist photo collage montage melinda gibson

photographer photography artist photo collage montage melinda gibson

photographer photography artist photo collage montage melinda gibson

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



  • oh, aren’t her parents cruel.

    • Z0NU5

      haha, only with hindsight!

  • lapetitefaon

    Stunning!

  • Really nice work. It made me think of John Baldessari ‘s work.

  • This are pretty cool. There’s a certain creepiness about them. Good work.

  • carla

    yummmmmmmmmm
    full belly with this

  • Superb! Like

  • Love these people made of backgrounds…

  • Patrick

    i just noticed that all of these images are found in charlotte cotton’s “the photography as contemporary art”… took half a year, but finally realized why the photos looked so familiar

  • GREAT stuff.

  • Jh

    I like it

  • your work is brill





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