07.10.10 by Jeff

Abigail Reynolds

Cut and folded photographs, works by Abigail Reynolds. London.

folded photographs by artist abigail reynolds

folded photographs by artist abigail reynolds

folded photographs by artist abigail reynolds

folded photographs by artist abigail reynolds

folded photographs by artist abigail reynolds

folded photographs by artist abigail reynolds

folded photographs by artist abigail reynolds

folded photographs by artist abigail reynolds

folded photographs by artist abigail reynolds

folded photographs by artist abigail reynolds













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



  • trip

    honestly wow, two images related, from old and new of similarity cut and joined together, this so awesome, really. amazing photo-watcha-macallits , photo cut-outs, collages. amazing.

  • lapetitefaon

    such a simple but well executed and awesome concept!

  • These are great! Love it when someone takes a traditional medium and transforms it into something new.

  • carla

    OH GOD I EAT IT UPPPPPPPPPPPPP

  • anny

    this is the coolest work ever.

  • Rebeca

    precious

  • ALBERT

    W0o0o0o0o0o0o0o0oWWWWWW!

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  • Heidi

    more pleasant then Hockney… love the perspective.

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  • pop

    how is this done??





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