Photo by Andrea Sonnenberg
Photo by Mark Murrmann
Photo by Ray Potes
Photo by Jason Roberts Dobrin
New poodle tshirt alert!
Get it here – http://shophamburgereyes.com
The documentary now live and online!
Watch it here – https://mailchimp.com/presents/hamburger-eyes/
Thank you to everyone who came out to our screenings in SF and NY! Super fun events and the only reason we can do this is because people like you are into it. THANK U THANK U THANK U.
More events in more cities to be announced.
If you would like to pick up the book, go here :
And don’t forget, we got our zines and stuff here :
Announcing the screening of the HE doc and the release of the new book, SF EYES, in New York!
March 5 2019
7 Ludlow St
New York, NY 10002
We will be doing a Q+A after too.
This is a free event, but you have to rsvp.
Send email to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Metro” in the header and your name.
See u there.
We’re 18 yrs old now and couldn’t do it with out you. Here’s a 20% discount code for the store. It will last a day or 2. Enter code ” VDAYBDAY ”
Shop here : http://shophamburgereyes.com
Photo by Troy Holden
Today is Hamburger Eyes 18th bday! Thanks for sticking with us, I know it has been a long and winding road. Here are photos from our upcoming book, SF EYES published by Hat and Beard Press. Celebrate with us on Feb 27th!
Photo by David Uzzardi
Photo by Chris Beale
Photo by Kappy
Trailer for our new upcoming doc! Come to the premier in SF, info below.
It’s happening, our book is here! Come celebrate with us in San Francisco. We will be screening a 30 min documentary and launching the new book.
FEB 27 2019
3117 16TH ST
SF CA 94103
6:30 – 7:00 Book sales are open
7:00 – 7:30 Screen documentary
7:30 – 8:00 Signing and conversation
More info here : https://www.roxie.com/ai1ec_event/hamburger-eyes/?instance_id=32221
Buy the book here : https://hatandbeard.com/collections/books/products/hamburger-eyes
The event is free but you must rsvp!
Send email to rsvp with your name and “Roxie” in the subject line.
Use this flyer to share on social media.
Photo by Samuel Liebert
Remember when dobermans were the badass dogs? In 80’s movies, the bad guy’s mansion always had 2 dobermans. When I was a kid I got chased on my bike for 5 blocks by a huge doberman. Sooner or later pitbulls took the crown for most badass dog. Remember in “No Country For Old Men” when Josh Brolin is getting chased by a pitbull? Soo sketchy. Great scene.
At what point does “bad” evolve into “badass”? At point does “badass” mean “good”? For example, why do we root for the menacing killer robot machine known as “The Terminator”?
I dont know, I’m not very psycho analytical. But I’ve been looking at photos all day and wonder why certain “bad” photos are actually “good” and why some of the “good” photos are actually not good at all.
There are more than a few things at play here. State of mind, editing for printed pages vs editing for anything else, peer pressure, etc. I could go on and on.
I think that we need the polarities of good vs bad to learn. (“Contrast” right?) The idea is you learn how to shoot a basketball by evolving from bad form to good form. Then good form is supposed to lead to more buckets.
But we know this is not always the case. You can have perfect fundamentals and still totally suck. Or you can have the worst posture but somehow swish every shot. So beyond learning is game perspective.
To bring it back around, I think once you’re passed good vs bad, passed winning vs losing, then you develop a wider perspective. And sharing perspectives is sharing stories. So I guess this is more about game appreciation.