12.04.12 by Jeff

Guido Mocafico

Serpens photos by photographer Guido Mocafico
“Serpens”, photos by Guido Mocafico.

Serpens photos by photographer Guido Mocafico

Serpens photos by photographer Guido Mocafico

Serpens photos by photographer Guido Mocafico

Serpens photos by photographer Guido Mocafico

Serpens photos by photographer Guido Mocafico

Serpens photos by photographer Guido Mocafico

Serpens photos by photographer Guido Mocafico

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



  • While these creatures looks amazing in pictures because of great colors and how they are captured but I wouldn’t like to see them in woods or in my garden :)

  • i like how simple these are. snakes in boxes. he’s just let nature do the talking here.

  • GARRY

    I actually wouldnt mind a print of one of these. Not sure where i would put it tho. Not really a bathroom piece. ?

    Very Cool Stuff

    • how about on the ceiling over your bed?

      • GARRY

        Good call jeff. That won’t give me nightmares :/

  • Azaria

    I love this photos, my question is are these snakes real?
    It seems like they were positioned just right in some photos like the 6th one

  • TOASTRANDER

    forkin gorgeous.

  • I immediately had to go check, but I can confirm he is the artist behind the cover of Grand Popo Football Club’s sophomore album Venom in the Grass.

  • Flora Manga

    oh, so stunning





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