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'Tomas' by James Palumbo Explores Salacious Socialites & Filth

By: Nika Kubiak - Published: Jul 18, 2009   Updated: Jul 21 2011 • References: tomas-book
James Palumbo's 'Tomas' book illustrates an intense reportage of our times with the rhythm that captures the reflective period in his life. It's a psychologically thrilling tale examining the depths of the human psyche and tendency towards greed and venity.

James Palumbo's 'Tomas' is meant to be extreme—just like the people Palumbo met as a cofounder of London's Ministry of Sound. Check out the images from the book in the gallery.

Implications - James Palumbo has created a phenomenal illustrated book that will most certainly have appeal to many demographics. These wild photos definitely transgress the boundary of the mundane.