14.12.15 by Jeff

The Heavy Collective

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Excited to see The Heavy Collective release their first print offering, Heavy: Volume One. The publication features photographers Bryan Schutmaat, Mark Steinmetz, Lucas Foglia, Stacy Kranitz, Tim Page, Kate Peters, Zhang Xiao, Sara Cwynar, Simon Davidson, Emmanuel Angelicas and Daniel Boetker Smith. Have a look inside the book below.

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Get the book here.

The Heavy Collective Website

The Heavy Collective on Instagram

 













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







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