09.05.13 by Jeff

Ruben Brulat

Photographer Ruben Brulat
“Paths”, photos by Ruben Brulat.

Photographer Ruben Brulat

Photographer Ruben Brulat

Photographer Ruben Brulat

Photographer Ruben Brulat

Photographer Ruben Brulat

Photographer Ruben Brulat

Photographer Ruben Brulat

Photographer Ruben Brulat

Photographer Ruben Brulat

Photographer Ruben Brulat

Photographer Ruben Brulat

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



  • Andrew

    It’s like Where’s Waldo but with naked people.

    • haha – last couple green ones are tougher

  • Eliaz

    This guy shows such a consistent work since 2009!

  • Gina!

    the one in the middle with the dark mountains looks like an illustration! i saw it highlighted in the 50 photos by 50 photographers, and just had to click here! weird that all the other work looks of such a clearer quality…

  • Maarten Huizing

    I’ve been looking for these for AGES! Been scrolling for hours but I couldn’t find them. All it took was googling ‘booooooom nude laying’ haha. At least I found some new things on the way (: these photographs are wonderful!





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