08.08.11 by Jeff

Vincent Fournier

“Space Project”, photos by Vincent Fournier.

Space Project photos by Vincent Fournier

Space Project photos by Vincent Fournier

Space Project photos by Vincent Fournier

Space Project photos by Vincent Fournier

Space Project photos by Vincent Fournier

Space Project photos by Vincent Fournier

Space Project photos by Vincent Fournier













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



  • nino

    just wow…

  • wow…I’m wondering how he got these images…

  • mp

    Fun. That suit is awesome.

  • One and four from one of my favorite places. It’s in Utah. There are people that live in that capsule visible in #4 for months at a time and pretend that they’re on Mars.

  • bj

    amazing !

  • lapetitefaon

    don’t really understand whats happening in these images but that doesn’t make me love them any less, striking

  • last photo is amazing Jeff

    • ya it looks fake!

  • It’s not fake, he has spend years trying to get permission and shooting all the training and research facilities of all the space agencies around the globe. All this is real, not staged, it’s sort of documentary, but at the same time much more.

    • yea i know its not fake, it is just so unearthly looking





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