27.01.16 by Jeff

Best Use of Drone: Photographer Aydin Büyüktas Creates a Beautifully Warped City


Photographer Aydin Büyüktas’ background in film and visual effects really shows in “Flatland”, a cinematic series of drone footage digitally manipulated to create shots of Istanbul which seem to fold over on themselves. Büyüktas must have loved Inception. More images below!





















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

  • Very cool

  • Dylan Walker

    These belong in an art gallery!

    • amcabrero

      Don’t worry. Some rich, untalented, connected “artist” will see this and recapture the idea to sell as their own. #ArtHamptons

      • Dylan Walker

        You’ve made me worried. I want THESE displayed in an art gallery not some copy cat’s work.

      • amcabrero

        just being snarky. Agreed, they are amazing and would love to see them printed as large as possible!

      • Dylan Walker

        Sounds awesome! They remind me of the Inception movie.

      • DennisonBertram

        Well technically we all saw this in Inception so……

      • DennisonBertram

        (but it’s still really cool!)

  • Whoa, this looks like a level from the video game Psychonauts.

  • Sabahiny

    Creativity at its best, very talented

  • This are amazing!!!

24.10.16 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Merijn Hos


“Gradient Exploration”, an ongoing series by artist Merijn Hos, based in the Netherlands. More images below.

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24.10.16 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Ryan Browning


Paintings by artist Ryan Browning. More images below.

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24.10.16 by Jeff

Illustrator Spotlight: Mari Kanstad Johnsen


A selection of work by illustrator Mari Kanstad Johnsen. More images below.

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24.10.16 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Eric Timothy Carlson


Drawings by artist Eric Timothy Carlson. More images below.

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23.10.16 by Staff

Magazine Cover Parodies by Bloomberg Businessweek


Bloomberg Businessweek continues to kill it with their art direction. They recently created parody versions of other well-known magazines for their annual The Year Ahead issue, mimicking the style of iconic publications like Time and Wired to convey the range of topics that are going to matter in the coming year. See closeup images of the parodies below.

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