02.06.14 by Jeff

Maurizio Di Iorio

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Photos by Italian photographer Maurizio Di Iorio. More below.

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Maurizio Di Iorio’s Website

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



  • Flick

    I love that the orange is comforting the egg. The blue tights on the chair is really my favorite. It took me a few seconds to understand what I was looking at

    • Sarah Blum

      Maybe i need a few more minutes with that one then…

      • Sarah Blum

        OHHHHHHH!! FEET!! it’s all quite fascinating in its saturation and simplicity!!

    • Joe

      Agreed. A nice range – all of the images have the sort of super intense color palette but they range from the cute, innocent orange and egg buddies to the somehow menacing (lipstick cut by a knife, there’s something violent about the broken cracker smothered in sugar, the rose that could crushed by the calipers, etc.)

  • I love his stuff, amazing.

  • Thom Murtagh

    really graphic love it

  • the iconic nature of it all, one after another, just hitting the nail on the head

  • Tonino Cereso

    Bravo!





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No heat, landlord in front of New St. and Newark St., Newark, 1980

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