23.11.10 by Jeff

Not Many Kingdoms Left

PogoBooks just sent me over a copy of “Not Many Kingdoms Left”, a beautiful zine by American photographer Jeff Luker.

photographer photography jeff luker not many kingdoms left zine pogo

photographer photography jeff luker not many kingdoms left zine pogo

photographer photography jeff luker not many kingdoms left zine pogo

photographer photography jeff luker not many kingdoms left zine pogo

photographer photography jeff luker not many kingdoms left zine pogo

photographer photography jeff luker not many kingdoms left zine pogo

photographer photography jeff luker not many kingdoms left zine pogo

photographer photography jeff luker not many kingdoms left zine pogo

photographer photography jeff luker not many kingdoms left zine pogo

photographer photography jeff luker not many kingdoms left zine pogo













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



  • lapetitefaon

    Wow, dazzling shots, all of them!

  • Simply amazing

  • Forrest

    sixth pic down is irving school in portland! rep pdx yea

  • Thitima Sukwatthana

    i like bicycles :D

  • emily

    they are those sorts of shots that normally try too hard to be epic, yet these are simply perfect!

  • lapetitefaon

    wow, the title fits the photos so well!

  • Amazing shots!
    How can I get a copy of this? WANT!

  • Jeff Luker’s work is fantastic.

  • Oooh I want this.

  • Kim

    Inspiration = Olivia bee.
    Totally. hum.





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Simon Gerbaud

 

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