FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Issue one of Get Off My Lawn, which goes on sale July 1, 2010, is a full-color photo-zine, edited and published by Geoffrey Ellis for sadkids.com . The zine features the work of eleven photographers who are 34 years and older. It is a tongue-in-cheek response to the calls for entry, contests and publications that require â€œemerging photographersâ€ to be somewhere between the ages of 18 and 34.
We can no longer be in your club, but soon enough, you will be in oursâ€¦
Zine Release Party:
July 1, 2010 | Casanova Lounge, SF | 6-9pm
with DJs Utrillo and Forest Love
The first edition is a 7×7-inch, color laser printed zine of 222 hand-numbered copies, with 11 different covers and will be available July 1, 2010 at the release party, select stores, and online at sadkids.blogspot.com and geoffreyellis.com (10 bucks each!)
Alan W George
Andrew Martin Scott
not a lot of updates lately, thats because we’re working on stuff! youll know all about it soon enough. some updates as of today: 1.) the hamburger eyes x etnies plus shoe is held up in china, we wont have them on sale on the site till july 15, which works out since we got other stuff lined up for the 15th. 2). i just finished up some new designs, gonna burn screens, and have new hamburger eyes tees by the weekend maybe. yes i print them myself now, and yes sometimes theyre sketchy and i will still sell them that way. jk. not really. 3.) some podcasts on deck. 4.) some vids on deck. 5.) goth nite tonite. 6.) new wormholes facebook page. 7.) at least brian david stevens updates his site, check his blog. (above photos is his). 8.) youre awesome..
australian and hamburger eyes contributor, ANDREW STARK, wrote this epic book about photography and is looking for someone to publish it. he had photogs (im in there!) fill out numerous questionaires and came up with some good stuff. its good, someone give him a contract and put out the hardcover..
“I am a sickly man â€¦ I am an unattractive man. I am a quietly ambitious man with lofty designs on the sedentary status of life as a second tier artist. I am a street photographer and I have a strongly held suspicion that something just isnâ€™t quite right with my liver. For I am an Australian – Sydney born â€“ Sydney, that sparkly city to be found just a drunken roll down from the deepest waters of Woy Woy and upper Mullet Creek. A sprawling metropolis providing amble challenge to the scuttling wanderer: he who has taught himself free-style, to search out with the lightest of subjective touches that white bordered rectangle of a hushed and futile reality.”