Jul 27 2010

SMASHING

THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO PARTICIPATED IN THE AUCTION!! thanks to all the photogs and artists for donating, thanks to the fans for bidding. it was an insane experience and we are forever grateful to be able to continue doing what we do. thanks to FOTOVISION for collaborating with us. thanks to mother earth for providing an abundant harvest and making it rain our deserted eyeland. bill collectors you will get your lettuce, landlords you will get breaded out, and whatever cheddar is left will go to the next issue of hamburger eyes..

also, there was a handful of stuff that didnt sell. maybe some of you were interested but didnt have an ebay account or were on a flight or was taking a nap. like this one above by ARI MARCOPOULOS who was just in the whitney biennale. its a 16×20 screenprint with silver and black ink. also, some of the photos that sold we actually may have more prints of. like we may have the whole edition here at headquarters. contact me direct! and make me an offer i cant refuse: ray[at]hamburgereyes.com

Jul 24 2010

AUCTION ENDS TOMORROW!

“In Search of Telos” by Ray Potes

“Hanging Noose, Wyoming Frontier Prison” by Mark Murrmann

“Keloids” byJim Goldberg

LAST DAY FOR AUCTION! the whole thing ends tommorrow! get your last bids in! lots of stuff not even bidded on yet! don’t forget, we are having a closing reception over at fotovosion, come thru, we will have computers setup so you can make your last bid there!

LAST CALL: http://stores.ebay.com/HAMBURGER-EYELAND

FOTOVISION
5515 Doyle St.
Emeryville, CA 94608

Closing reception July 25th 2010, Sunday, 5:30pm – 9pm

Jul 21 2010

AUCTIONIZATION

“Clown from New Orleans” by Jason Roberts Dobrin

“Rollerbladers” by David Uzzardi

lots and lots of action happening on our online auction! the whole thing ends on sunday, so get your bids in if you havent yet! thanks to everyone who bid on stuff so far, and future bidders thanks in advance..

BOOKMARK IT: http://stores.ebay.com/HAMBURGER-EYELAND

also know this: while there are starting bids on most auction items, which are approx 50% – 75% lower than suggested regular retail price, all auction items have NO RESERVE. so whatever the final bid is, thats what you get it at. well plus shipping of course. its just something to take note of because you will probs never see some of these artists or photographers work priced like this ever again. fyi..

Jul 15 2010

HAMBURGER EYES X ETNIES PLUS

the HAMBURGER EYES SHOES by ETNIES PLUS are in the building!! they were kind enough to donate pairs for our fundraiser month, we got the first shipment and theyre sending a second shipment in a couple weeks. so dont be discouraged if we dont have your size right now because we probs will soon. we are selling these right now in our online store..

we made a collage of all dog photos from the magazine. i told them to just wrap the collage around the entire shoe, the box, the insole, everything. so actually every shoe is different since pieces were just cut from a giant cloth. it came out tight. i wanted the laces too, but i guess thats hard to do..

the shoes comes with an ETNIES PLUS lookbook that we shot and designed. pretty sick. get yours today! remember, they were awesome to donate 100% of the funds! AND im pretty sure we are the only ones selling them domestic, meaning only japan and somewhere in europe has them, and us..

BUY BUY : http://hamburgereyeland.com

Jul 15 2010

HAMBURGER EYES / FOTOVISION ANNUAL AUCTION FUNDRAISER

“Palm Sunday, Poland, 1978”, by Antonin Kratochvil

The Beatles, “A Mad Day Out”, 1968, by Stephen Goldblatt

“A Night At The Met”, By Larry Fink. This auction comes with a book.

auction starts today! in order for the auction to end awesomely in perfect timing with the closing party, where each auctions ends 1 at a time like a countdown, we had to start it that way. so, TONITE at 5pm, the auctions will start appearing in the ebay store 1 every 3 minutes. its gonna be tight..

**the above photos are some of the crazy donations that FOTOVISION got. obviously all the money they raise will go to help them keep their operations going, and all the money we raise on our auctions will go to hamburger eyes. this is a good opportunity for you to own some really really really epic works while supporting some real cool cats and doggs..

TONITE, 5PM! – http://stores.ebay.com/HAMBURGER-EYELAND

Jul 15 2010

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

we brought it back! but this time, not sure if you can tell in the picture, its dark dark blue ink on a crispy white tee. cool off this summer, stay icy.. oh and since its fundraiser month we dropped the price, $15 plus shipping out the door..

SIBERIA in the year 1896. Explorers discover a frozen camera deep in an ice cave. Perplexed, they hide their finding from the public and keep it frozen. Recently, scientists have uncovered maps, journals documenting the exploration, and detailed drawings of the camera they found. These scientists un-freeze the camera and realize it is actually a NIKON FM2. This camera wasn’t invented until 1982. The story has been under wraps until now, and this tshirt pays homage to this discovery..

purchase it here: http://hamburgereyeland.com

Jul 15 2010

A FUNCTION OF FORMS

somehow SLEEPY D got in this craze line up!

A FUNCTION OF FORMS features b&w photographs curated by Ken Miller for Gallery Target in Tokyo.

A limited quantity of A FUNCTION OF FORMS shirts will be available from July onward in select Uniqlo shops worldwide, as well as online at http://www.uniqlo.com/ and at the UT flagship store in Harajuku, Tokyo.

“A black and white image reduces photography to its simplest elements – shapes and shades. In the same way, a t-shirt is clothing in its simplest form. Thus, the pairing of these photos and these shirts seemed like a very nice function of forms.” – KM and GT

About the photographers:

Lee Friedlander is one of America’s greatest living photographers and was the recipient of a 2005 retrospective at New York’s Museum of Modern Art.

Daido Moriyama is one of Japan’s most influential photographers and his work has been exhibited at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art and the SFMoMA.

John Divola’s starkly beautiful images of urban and desert landscapes have exhibited at numerous museums around the world. He is a professor of photography at the University of California, Riverside.

Marianne Mueller has exhibited photography and video at numerous museums and is a professor of photography at the Zurich University of the Arts.

Linus Bill is a Swiss photographer who has exhibited this year at the FOAM museum in Amsterdam and was feted at the Hyeres Festival of Fashion and Photography.

Paul Schiek is the publisher of the These Birds Walk photography imprint and is represented by Stephen Wirtz Gallery in San Francisco.

David Potes is co-founder of the Hamburger Eyes photozine.

Zoe Ghertner’s still life photography has appeared in The Gentlewoman and Fantastic Man.

Gallery Target is the Jingumae, Tokyo gallery of Tomoko Okamoto and Keiichi Mizuno.

Ken Miller is an editor and curator who has published SHOOT (Rizzoli) and Revisionaries (Abrams).