27.09.11 by Jeff

Ofra Lapid

“Broken Houses”, sculptures by Ofra Lapid.

Artist Ofra Lapid

Artist Ofra Lapid

Artist Ofra Lapid

Artist Ofra Lapid

Artist Ofra Lapid

Artist Ofra Lapid

Artist Ofra Lapid

Artist Ofra Lapid

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



  • This is a superb idea and it took me a few minutes to figure out how it was done! Very cool.

  • oh my goodness these are INCREDIBLE!!!

  • wouldn’t come any nearer to these. I’m full of these images of sculptures of broken houses placed in gray. as it is. moving and very inspiring

  • Johannes Glinka

    These pictures are wonderful. I saw for a long time nothing better.

  • I would love to see these in person. Such care and craftsmanship put into them!

  • Very powerful and rich with metaphorical value

  • Martin Ross

    Truly inspiring

  • these are so beautiful. and icredibly constructed

  • lapetitefaon

    I really want to see these up close, really heartbreaking and beautiful





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