20.10.10 by Jeff

Tetsuomi Sukeda

Photos by Tetsuomi Sukeda. Tokyo.

photographer photography tetsuomi sukeda

photographer photography tetsuomi sukeda

photographer photography tetsuomi sukeda

photographer photography tetsuomi sukeda

photographer photography tetsuomi sukeda

photographer photography tetsuomi sukeda













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



  • Nice. That first one looks like a still from a Japanese horror flick.

  • Nocargo

    I thought the first three photos had a very strong narrative quality to them. There’s something going on outside the window near the branches. Great suspense.

  • so

    typo on the artist’s name on the link.
    anyways, these are really suspenseful like nocargo said.
    thanks for the share as always :)





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