27.07.12 by Jeff

Torn photos by Scott Hazard

Artist Scott Hazard
Scott Hazard tears and layers photographs to create these beautiful wormholes into other worlds.

Artist Scott Hazard

Artist Scott Hazard

Artist Scott Hazard

Artist Scott Hazard

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



  • Jordan

    That Laaaassst one!

  • wow, amazing! 

  • am I the only one being remembered of donnie darko?

    • Elle

      You’re not alone!

  • TOASTRANDER

    wow. such a cool idea. this could get pushed even so much farther! starting to see it in the last one:) Great stuff Scott!

  • Ash

    very interesting. I’ve never seen anything like this before

  • niiiice. third one is sweet.

  • Green Dot Creations

    His Art is astonishing! Ready to travel to other worlds?

  • morgan freeman

    i could do that but I just don’t want to





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