17.03.11 by Jeff

Sayaka Minemura

Photos by Sayaka Minemura. This is another breakfast project but this one is so innocent and makes the other one seemed forced in comparison.

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photographer sayaka minemura photography

photographer sayaka minemura photography

photographer sayaka minemura photography

photographer sayaka minemura photography

photographer sayaka minemura photography

photographer sayaka minemura photography

photographer sayaka minemura photography

photographer sayaka minemura photography

photographer sayaka minemura photography

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



  • Yum! and the wooden forks and spoons are sooo nice to0

  • 🙂

  • hilariously beautiful – burp.

  • Now I’m hungry…

  • Johanna

    I’m hungry!!

  • worth checking out for breakfast ideas alone.

  • Yummy!

  • connie

    oh my totoro rollll

  • i’m starving

  • adorable

  • drea

    those chopsticks are amazing!! love these all, so adorable and whimsical!

  • Totoro!

  • lapetitefaon

    YAY! I love it! Actually I love it more than the other project, so playful, like everyone else I love Totoro!

  • Not eaten! so tender…

  • Photo #7: Leonard Nimoy appears in/as the breakfast of champions, Vulcan-style. With bleached hair.

  • These are brilliant. each one has it’s own character, you could make these into a children’s tv show. Anyone can put food together to make faces but these look as though they have been thought about to give them certain characteristics. The first and second one’s look as though the fork and spoon have been strategically placed to be arms. My favourites are 2, 3, 5 and 6

  • Lea

    This looks less healthy 😀

  • funky town:D





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