29.04.11 by Jeff

Carolin Reichert

“Sunset”, photo collages by Carolin Reichert.

Photographer Carolin Reichert

Photographer Carolin Reichert

Photographer Carolin Reichert

Photographer Carolin Reichert

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



  • excellent !!

  • David James

    Good stuff.
    Imaginative.
    A new perspective altogether.
    Well done.
    D.

  • lapetitefaon

    WOW! These are sooo refreshing to just stare at, love!

  • PJ

    marvelous — aesthetically and conceptually

  • fatdude

    captivating . . .

  • Chelsea

    Reminds me a bit of Warhol’s ‘Sunset’

  • rain

    These. are. awesome.

  • Anna Buckner

    Check out the work of Kimowan Metchewais

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  • Same reaction as Chelsea (comment above): this reminds me of Warhols works. Also the “handmade” look of the collages confirms the parallel. I like it.

  • Brandon Wilson

    What really makes these are the black / imperfect borders on the different images. The idea is good to begin with, but this is an example of how great execution can take it to that Next Level, and thus, to booooooom.

  • emily

    second one is mesmorising

  • The sunset is sooo sweet. Reminds me of growing up on lake huron back in Ontario Canada. Luv it!
    cheers,





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