28.05.12 by Jeff

Maurits Giesen & Ilse Leenders

Mimicry photos by Maurits Giesen & Ilse Leenders
“Mimicry”, photos by Maurits Giesen & Ilse Leenders.

Mimicry photos by Maurits Giesen & Ilse Leenders

Mimicry photos by Maurits Giesen & Ilse Leenders

Mimicry photos by Maurits Giesen & Ilse Leenders

Mimicry photos by Maurits Giesen & Ilse Leenders

Mimicry photos by Maurits Giesen & Ilse Leenders

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



  • DH

    would love these as prints on my wall.
    not to keen on the last one though. i think it’s because you can see their faces, it seems to have a different feel to the others…or might be because i’m not a fan of orange haha 

    • i know what you mean about the faces! it kinda ruins the magic a bit

      • Xupl3x

        maybe the glasses are meant to echo the windows

    • TOASTRANDER

      totally agree. I would love the first five as prints though!

    • lepetitfaon

      Agree! prefer them without the faces! Though love the sense of humor in all of these

  • love it. the white gloves are a nice touch too.

  • michael

    That green one is nuts!





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