22.10.10 by Jeff

Geordie Wood

Photos by Geordie Wood. Brooklyn, New York.

photographer photography geordie wood

photographer photography geordie wood

photographer photography geordie wood

photographer photography geordie wood

photographer photography geordie wood

photographer photography geordie wood

photographer photography geordie wood

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

  • lapetitefaon

    wow, I love the color palette also the one of the horse! AHHH!

  • http://www.myspace.com/lidopimienta Lido Pimienta

    This is the real deal.

  • http://www.flickr.com/bastiencest seba

    The last one is really amazing!

  • http://stereoj.am Sergey

    I like this fashion stuff a tad better: http://geordiewood.com/fashion/thumbnails.html :)
    other than that, spectacular:

  • http://lensverse.com/ LensVerse

    Engrossing stuff. Makes you want to be there at the site.

  • francis

    #5 is very stylish, #6 is amazing too

  • http://martinpetersen.info/ martin

    The horse, and the car and the absence of anything else in those pictures are absolutly brilliant!

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ Jeff

      martin, i really like some of the photos on your site

      • http://martinpetersen.info/ martin

        Jeff@ Thank you.

  • michelle m.

    all of these are excellent, great compositions/colors/subjects. love it

  • Bolla

    I personally don’t like any of the photo’s above. They don’t feel good looking at.

26.11.15 by Jeff

The Hateful Eight Roadshow


Director Quentin Tarantino and cinematographer Bob Richardson wanted their latest film, The Hateful Eight, to be the eleventh film ever to be shot in Ultra Panavision (as wide as widescreen gets) and with the help of the film company they were able to pull it off.

The Hateful Eight will be projected in 70mm in select theatres on Christmas day as a good old fashioned roadshow, meaning it will feature an overture, intermission, playbill, and extra footage!

Watch the featurette below and start the countdown.

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25.11.15 by Jeff

This Pop-Up Book Folds into a Functioning Camera!


After numerous prototypes, Kelli Anderson perfected a sequence of cuts and folds that could turn an ordinary piece of paper into a fully functional camera. The Book is a Camera is the ultimate pop-up experience: a book that not only explains how cameras work but actually becomes one!

The coolest part is you can support Kelli and purchase the book here but she specifically designed her pinhole camera under a Creative Commons share-alike license so you can also download the template yourself, build it, examine it, and use the knowledge to even make your own variant!

Kelli and I both spoke at Blend here in Vancouver and her talk was one of my favourites. She spoke about a wide variety of her past work including her counterfeit New York Times newspaper (she produced hundreds of thousands of copies and distributed it on the streets of New York), her amazing stop-motion tribute to the Eameses’ iconic film “Power of Ten” using images sourced from Google Images, and her paper record player/wedding invitations.

She’s the kinda person it’s almost hard to write about because she’s doing so many wildly different things. She’s currently working on a music video so stayed tuned for that!

More images and a video of her book/camera below!

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25.11.15 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Tom Climent


Wonderful abstract paintings of structured spaces by Irish artist Tom Climent. More images below.

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25.11.15 by Jeff

#TheCreatorClass x Canon Presents: #SHOOTITYOURSELF


#SHOOTITYOURSELF, a new video series by #TheCreatorClass and Canon, features some of Instagram’s most creative image makers sharing some insights into how they create their signature images. In this episode, Adeyemi Adegbesan, known to most as @soteeoh (“so T.O.” as in Toronto) give you a taste of the city through his lens.

Watch the video below!

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25.11.15 by Staff

Stunning White Paper Sculptures by German Artist Angela Glajcar


Gorgeous work by German sculptor, Angela Glajcar. Her latest features reams of layered and torn white paper, which create a captivating tunnelling effect. “Weiss Ist Das Neue Schwarz” (or “White is the New Black”) is on view at the Heitsch Gallery in Munich. More images below.

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