16.07.13 by Jeff

Jimmy Marble & Amanda Jasnowski

Jimmy Marble & Amanda Jasnowski

“Georgia & Marianna’s Blue Period”, photos by Jimmy Marble and Amanda Jasnowski. Brooklyn, New York. More below!

Jimmy Marble & Amanda Jasnowski

Jimmy Marble & Amanda Jasnowski

Jimmy Marble & Amanda Jasnowski

Jimmy Marble & Amanda Jasnowski

Jimmy Marble & Amanda Jasnowski

Jimmy Marble & Amanda Jasnowski

Jimmy Marble & Amanda Jasnowski

 

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



  • Ghada Sleiman

    Beautiful

  • Brennan

    These people are clearly heavily inspired by Olivia Locher!

    • some similarities – many photogs are experimenting in a similar style

  • really love that last one =)

    • me too, i chose that one for our tumblr i think it’s the most captivating of the set

  • chelsea

    too eerily reminds me of the photoshoot of the blow (khaela maricich), nearly identical in palette / style!!!

    as seen here: http://c.duck.fm/photos/8e/48/3047/178820-0.jpg

  • dog

    the first picture is gorgeous and so inspiring to look at., and they’re all great.





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“Sojourn” by Artist Charlotte Keates

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27.04.17 by Staff

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27.04.17 by Staff

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Artist Spotlight: Seth Armstrong

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