23.02.11 by Jeff

Brendan George Ko

Photos by Brendan George Ko. Toronto.

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photographer photography brendan george ko

photographer photography brendan george ko

photographer photography brendan george ko

photographer photography brendan george ko

photographer photography brendan george ko

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



  • Surreal.

  • Magda

    These are sweet! The fact that he’s reppin’ T.O. is an awesome bonus!
    : D

    • What is T.O?

      • Steven

        Toronto, Canada.

      • Fan

        Toronto, Ontario

  • I really like the last one!

  • Leigh

    Hey, have you been to the AGO lately?
    There’s a man who does prints on the 2nd floor…there’s one in which draped figures approach a neighbor. It was tradition on the east coast, so the card says.

    Good stuff:)

  • Its like im looking at magic! Love these

  • Centered Monolithic composition is way underrated.

  • lapetitefaon

    wow, the first and the old book one, they are so so beautiful, they make me want to cry, especially the first, so surreal

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  • SG-k

    dam these r artistic





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