15.10.11 by Jeff

Remake / Jesse John Hunniford

“American Gothic” beautifully remade by Jesse John Hunniford. See all the Remake submissions, here.

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Instructions for submitting your own, here.








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



  • Traciatim

    I like how it shows the difference between the family of old being self sufficient responsible provider and the family of today being a self serving brand whore that provides nothing of value.

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  • eric vosseller

    i havent been to impressed until i saw this one- awesome!

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  • lapetitefaon

    this is perfect

  • hal

    Unlike in most of the submissions, in this one the attitude of the models mirrors the source material, even though the setting is completely changed and contemporary. Also one of the few to make any sort of original statement.

    Hilarious reinterpretation!

  • http://heavymetaltea.blogspot.com Aga

    I LOVE IT!!! 😉

  • http://pupilphoto.com Tim Roth

    So good!





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