27.04.11 by Jeff

David Semeniuk

“Landscape Permutations”, photos by David Semeniuk.

Photographer David Semeniuk photography

Photographer David Semeniuk photography

Photographer David Semeniuk photography

Photographer David Semeniuk photography

Photographer David Semeniuk photography

Photographer David Semeniuk photography













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



  • a

    reminds me a lot of Fred Lebain’s work

    its very interesting though

  • Cool concept.

  • Agreed, cool concept. I really like these

  • David

    A little disappointed the inside pictures aren’t big prints at the actually locations. but still really nice!

    • Bart

      I agree! Still cool.

  • mp

    Yeah, how awesome would that be!

  • I agree with David about the inside pictures being printed
    not my favorite but it’s cool and well done

  • Rain

    Those are so well put together. I don’t know what you guys are talking about with your disappointments and such but I think that it’s pretty neat that two different photos of different places can be placed together so well.

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  • lapetitefaon

    brilliant, I love this concept so much more than if they were giant prints of the actual locations, to me that seems less imaginative but these are great!

  • Reminds me so much of Magritte. Nice!

  • Please visit the opening for Dave’s first solo show at the Gam Gallery on May 19th. Details here:http://gamgallery.com/

  • Ernesto Yeo

    This is funny,inspired by Magritte i did a similar piece using old family photos for a self proposed school project,these are extremely interesting though, like life sized windows

  • Good idea !~Nice!





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