13.09.11 by Jeff

David James Clark

“The Fragility of Being”, photos by David James Clark.

Photographer David James Clark photography

Photographer David James Clark photography

Photographer David James Clark photography

Photographer David James Clark photography

Photographer David James Clark photography

Photographer David James Clark photography

Photographer David James Clark photography

Photographer David James Clark photography

Photographer David James Clark photography













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



  • http://680mm.blogspot.com/ Danni

    dunno why but i really dig this

  • http://sarahfreemanart.com sarah freeman

    Are these sculptures? Or photos of a piece of paper? Either way, very cool!

  • http://juenology.com Mary Sohn

    i dunno…

  • http://www.fishfinger.lv a

    great !!

  • Maya WIlson

    It seems like every picture in this set demonstrates a different mood. Great!

  • em

    Reminds me of American Beauty. Awesome.

  • http://alexbramwell.blogspot.com/ alex

    So much with so little!





09.02.16 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Jeremy Sorrell

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Drawings by illustrator Jeremy Sorrell. More images below.

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09.02.16 by Jeff

Tumblr of the Day: Oozing Bacteria-like Animated Gifs by Artists Protobacillus

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Brazilian artists Gustavo Spredemann and Leone Simonetti have been sharing face-melting animated gifs under the name Protobacillus. Definitely one of my favourite Tumblrs at the moment. Lots more below!

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09.02.16 by Jeff

Photographer Spotlight: Darren Rigo

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A selection of images from Toronto-based photographer Darren Rigo’s series “A Funny Thing”. More images below.

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09.02.16 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Johan Van Mullem

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Obscured portraits by Belgium-based painter Johan Van Mullem. More images below.

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09.02.16 by Staff

Colourful Yet Catastrophic Photographs by Japanese Artist Yoshimitsu Umekawa

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Equal parts mesmerizing and unsettling, Yoshimitsu Umekawa’s photographs are positively (and negatively) nuclear, drawing on the issues and anxieties that surround modern day Japan. See more images below.

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