17.05.11 by Jeff

Nuria Rius

Photos by Nuria Rius. London.

Photographer Nuria Rius photography

Photographer Nuria Rius photography

Photographer Nuria Rius photography

Photographer Nuria Rius photography

Photographer Nuria Rius photography













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



  • cat + fuzzy sweater = win

  • joey

    ooo last one is so kenetic!

  • I loverge cat:) and the perspective in the first one is great 🙂

  • joey

    the forms and points of focus are very unique

  • I love the diversity in style here, the first image is really interesting as it almost looks like a flat painting at first glance. The last image is my favourite for the capturing of light and the movement of the people, it makes me think of a sports advert.

  • Mary Sohn

    kitty

  • lapetitefaon

    the colors in the last its soooo good, this picture is just screams at me, I love how alive and happy the guys look especially in contrast to the decapitated, sad background





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Another Thing from Good Thing

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27.07.16 by Jeff

Illustrator Spotlight: Berliac

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