04.09.11 by Jeff

twenty-seven names

Love these portraits of Ngahuia Williams for twenty-seven names.

twentysevennames winter 2012 portraits of Ngahuia Williams

twentysevennames winter 2012 portraits of Ngahuia Williams

twentysevennames winter 2012 portraits of Ngahuia Williams

twentysevennames winter 2012 portraits of Ngahuia Williams

twentysevennames winter 2012 portraits of Ngahuia Williams

twentysevennames winter 2012 portraits of Ngahuia Williams

twentysevennames winter 2012 portraits of Ngahuia Williams

via: UO blog













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



  • Ralfana

    That’s absolutely cool!!

  • Anna Buckner

    love this. weird mixture of garden state and cool fashion

  • http://www.hightownstudio.com William Duignan

    YAY! Go New Zealand creatives! We freakin’ rule! Suck it, California.

  • http://twitter.com/mfbolla bolla

    I prefer the actual shots atop their display. Really nice twenty-seven names.

  • lapetitefaon

    beautiful work and girl!

  • sepanta sadeghian

    To discover the girl inside

  • http://viiaan.tumblr.com viiaan

    camouflage





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