17.04.14 by Jeff

“Pizza in the Wild” by Jonpaul Douglass


“Pizza in the Wild”, an on-going series by Los Angeles-based photographer Jonpaul Douglass. You should follow him on Instagram and check out a bunch of wild pizzas below.





























Jonpaul Douglass’ Website

Jonpaul Douglass on Instagram

Via: Global Yodel 


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

  • Probably my favorite project I’ve seen on Instagram. So good!

  • Probably one of my favorite projects on Instagram. So good!

    • mine too (i hope the pony got to eat the pizza after)

  • Tim Breese

    this is awesome

  • Rémi Baguès

    fucking waste by the name of “art”…
    So american…

  • michaelwithpaws

    Oh boy… that’s a pretty broad generalization.


    muy divertido!!!!!!!!

  • shawn higgins

    you cant be serious

  • joostmarcellis

    great to see some art again that puts a smile on my face

  • ASAP Kev

    took me 9 words to realize that you’re an idiot.

  • math

    shawn bradford

  • ninobenito

    yummy photos.

  • Jonpaul is fantastic. One of the most creative people I’ve seen.

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