31.05.12 by Jeff

Michael Wolf

Photographer Michael Wolf photography
“Tokyo Compression”, photos by Michael Wolf.

Photographer Michael Wolf photography

Photographer Michael Wolf photography

Photographer Michael Wolf photography

Photographer Michael Wolf photography

Photographer Michael Wolf photography

Photographer Michael Wolf photography

Photographer Michael Wolf photography

Photographer Michael Wolf photography

Photographer Michael Wolf photography

Photographer Michael Wolf photography

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



  • Amazing series of photos!

  • Chak

    Finally! I’ve been looking for this for quite some time. Thank you. Such haunting work. The fourth from last really got me.

  • inteliboy

    how does one submit content to boooom if you don’t have a facebook?

  • tummyy

    amazing series! i was truly taken away when i saw this at the MOCCA a few weeks ago

  • emma

    incredible. emotional. images that mean more than just images (as they symbolise the state of society somehow). i love them.

  • lepetitfaon

    these make me uncomfortable, in a good way

  • amazing… but in a way, it’s making me sad..





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