08.04.11 by Jeff

Jason Fulford

Photos and other things by Jason Fulford.

artist photographer jason fulford
artist photographer jason fulford

artist photographer jason fulford

artist photographer jason fulford

artist photographer jason fulford

artist photographer jason fulford

artist photographer jason fulford

artist photographer jason fulford













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



  • Clever…

  • that guy’s paint job’s gotta be a pain in the ass filling in all the white with a roller..

  • Very witty. Nice find. Thanks for sharing.

    http://davidikus.blogspot.com/

  • “donut seeds” adorable! ^^

  • genius!

  • mick

    Thanks for the heads up.

    The donut seeds are hilarious.

    I just checked this guy’s website; his work’s excellent, both the conceptual and documentary work are spot on.

    Thanks!

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  • lapetitefaon

    the folded up photo of the ocean is stunning, of course doughnut seeds is very clever!

    • the ocean shot is actually an exposure test i believe, like each strip is a different exposure on the same neg

      • lapetitefaon

        ohhhh wowww this makes it that much cooler

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  • it’s the sunset strip. This guys photography is amazing. his book the Mushroom Collector is definitely worth checking out.





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