Jan 10 2019

MUG

Photo by Louis Fabries

Photo by Casey Jones

Photo by Samuel Liebert

Photo by Steve Panariti

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Dec 30 2018

More Previews of No. 37

Photo by David Molina Gadea

More previews from our upcoming issue. Very excited to start the New Year with this one. Have a look and help us get this issue out by pre-ordering it today.

Happy New Years! May all of your wildest dreams come true.

HAMBURGER EYES No. 37

The Continuing Story of Life on Earth

Chris Leskovsek
Mike Vos
Chim Sis
Laurent Meirieu
Mickey Mason
Finn Jubak
Graham Wiebe
Thea Storz
Adi Segal
Alessandro Mitola
David Molina Gadea

120 Pages
6.69″ x 9.61″
Black and White
Matte Cover / Text
Perfect Bind
Published by Hamburger Eyes

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Photo by Alessandro Mitola

Photo by Adi Segal

Photo by Graham Wiebe

Photo by Thea Storz

Photo by Mickey Mason

Photo by Finn Jubak

Photo by Laurent Meirieu

Photo by Chim Sis

Photo by Mike Vos

Photo by Chris Leskovsek

** Just to clear up any confusion: This is the 200th title of books and zines that we have published since we started counting as Hamburger Eyes “The Publisher”. As for Hamburger Eyes “The Photozine”, this issue would be number 37. (Some people have posted it as our 200th issue on social media, but it’s misleading and confusing I know. Sorry. Click here to see the whole CATALOG.)

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Dec 27 2018

PRE-ORDER Hamburger Eyes No. 37

Photo by Chris Leskovsek

Pre-order our latest upcoming issue, Hamburger Eyes No. 37. We need to raise a little more funds to help get this issue out the oven and onto your plate.

This issue is 120 pages with 11 photographers. It contains photos from Peru, Spain, France, Israel, Indonesia, Canada, Italy, and more.

This will be our 200th title so it is an exciting way for us to start the new year. 

Order today and get a discount! This issue will ship hopefully by 2nd week of January. Thanks in advance for your continued inspiration and support. 

HAMBURGER EYES No. 37

The Continuing Story of Life on Earth

Chris Leskovsek
Mike Vos
Chim Sis
Laurent Meirieu
Mickey Mason
Finn Jubak
Graham Wiebe
Thea Storz
Adi Segal
Alessandro Mitola
David Molina Gadea

120 Pages
6.69″ x 9.61″
Black and White
Matte Cover / Text
Perfect Bind
Published by Hamburger Eyes

$17 on sale today!

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Photo by Mike Vos

Photo by Chim Sis

Photo by Laurent Meirieu

Photo by Mickey Mason

Photo by Finn Jubak

Photo by Graham Wiebe

Photo by Thea Storz

Photo by Adi Segal

Photo by Alessandro Mitola

Photo by David Molina Gadea

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Nov 27 2018

Down by the Hudson

Photos by Caleb Stein
Text by Amitava Kumar

I don’t know what post-industrial decline means. It is a vague notion in my head. Boarded-up homes, the husk of dead factories with broken windows and overgrown grass, businesses gone to seed. And the people? The people are missing in this picture of decay in my mind. When I first came to Poughkeepsie fifteen years ago, I was told by an academic that while there were pockets of prosperity in Hudson Valley, this town had suffered from post-industrial decline. I’m not a sociologist and I cannot say with certainty if such a statement is even true. But what draws me to Caleb Stein’s images is that he provides us the people missing from my mental picture. And what’s surprising about these images, no, what’s honest about them is that instead of people, we get faces. Individual lives. Their wealth of stories and secrets are shielded from us—mysteries that we cannot part—but we wonder and ask questions because that is what I think the photographer himself is doing. Hello? How are you? How is your day going? I imagine him asking this over and over again with the same people who then begin to treat him as a neighbor that he undoubtedly is. The photographer as everyman. On the street, in parks, and at the watering hole where we see that his eye is as clear as the water. Consider the remarkable image of the Prom Boy, a picture taken on the street on which I live. This image does fill me with wonder. Such a fine, even tender, mix of contradictions: the large flower in the buttonhole, the bandage on the nose, the slightly askew bowtie, the bruised eye, the stubbornly dignified gaze… I could go on. I don’t know whether I’m right or wrong in saying any of this about the young man. All I can be certain about is that this is what living is about, this tussle with the real, this strange encounter across divisions of race and class, in a rectangular visual space. This is life.

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Nov 22 2018

Gratitude

Photo by Olivier Bekaert

Thank you to everyone on this journey with us. We only exist because of all the submissions we get. We only exist because people buy our zines and hoodies. We have come a long way and look forward to the long road ahead. Thanks again and again.

Photo by Reuben Radding

Photo by Caleb Stein

Nov 01 2018

SELFIES

Photo by Sandy Kim

Photo by Alex Bartsch

Photo by Alex Martinez

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