20.01.11 by Jeff

Francesco Giusti

Photos by Francesco Giusti.

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



  • The fifth photograph is more than beautiful.
    An incredible, deep, and interesting work. What men are wearing is very attractive, and makes me wonder a lot.

  • Triangulo

    sorry dude but i think this collection it more of the same 🙁

    but technically its perfect.

  • Beto

    The 4th one..like

  • Kelsey

    there is something about the last one that really holds my eye…
    but, honestly, all of them are great. nice post!

  • Where were these taken? I just travelled to Ghana and I also met some great subjects: http://www.alessandrarizzotti.com/art/GHANA.html

  • last one is impressive

  • These people look like they’re waiting their turn to get auditioned on a talent show!
    – Noticed how the how they’re all captured in the centre of the frame in a variety of very interesting outfits.

  • Stefano

    Brazzaville!
    Good work!
    I invite you to see also the Daniele Tamagni’s work “Gentlemen of Bacongo”

  • jamal

    these all look like Seydou Keïta photos

  • Taj

    to the guy in the 10th photo: WERQQQ!!!!!

    • lapetitefaon

      ahahah! I was thinking the same thing, FIERCE! Though really the two little girls in the second image, so breath taking, all are stunning, love the contrast of the colors

  • Vernon and Shakaila

    SICK!

  • emily

    they all have so much character. Absolutely charming.





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