12.11.12 by Jeff

“Switcheroo” by Hana Pesut

Switcheroo by Hana Pesut

Switcheroo by Hana Pesut
My friend Hana Pesut has spent the last couple years shooting her “Switcheroo” portraits in cities all over the world. She’s shot more than 200 of them and now she’s gonna make a book! If you’d like to support her book project jump over here.

See more switcheroos below!

Switcheroo by Hana Pesut

Switcheroo by Hana Pesut

Switcheroo by Hana Pesut

Switcheroo by Hana Pesut

Switcheroo by Hana Pesut

Switcheroo by Hana Pesut

Switcheroo by Hana Pesut

Switcheroo by Hana Pesut

Switcheroo by Hana Pesut

Switcheroo by Hana Pesut

Switcheroo by Hana Pesut

Switcheroo by Hana Pesut

Switcheroo by Hana Pesut

Switcheroo by Hana Pesut

Switcheroo by Hana Pesut

Switcheroo by Hana Pesut

Switcheroo by Hana Pesut

Switcheroo by Hana Pesut

Support Hana’s book project here: indiegogo.com/switcheroo













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



  • These are amazing and also what the theme of my next family portrait should be.

  • TROP SYMPA!!!!!

  • ourruffin

    How does it feel – to switch?

  • Hamm Dani

    The portraits look fantastic and have wide meanings and also different of others. 🙂





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