It’s a print sale! We are raising funds for the production of new issue(s) of Hamburger Eyes. These prints were made between 2015-2022 on the occasion of various Hamburger Eyes exhibitions in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Tokyo, Munich, and Calgary.
All prints by Ray Potes. $25 each. Printed on various laser print machines on various papers in various cities. 8.5″ x 11″. Open edition. Some have multiples, though most are 1 of 1. Signed.
We will add new prints to the online store every day until we have at least 1 new issue out and about. Thanks in advance.
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Photo by Olivier Bekaert
Photos from past issues of Hamburger Eyes.
Photo by Nick Jones
Photo by Kristan Klimczak
Photo by Mandy Torres
Photo by Nick Slobin
Photo by Ray Potes
Photo by Elmo Tide
Photo by Kanoa Zimmerman
Photo by Vaclav Tvaruzka
Photo by Ben Gore
New stuff in our online store! We’ve added a brown t-shirt (and a black one). We also have some metallic silver sharpies that you will need a bunch of.
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Photo by Tamas Bernath
Some random selects from past issues of our magazine.
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Photo by Chris Leskovsek
Photo by Bouwe Brouwer
Photo by Lukas Hanke
Photo by David Root
Photo by Caleb Stein
Photo by Joshua Olley
We added a Midnight Blue version of each one of our camera straps.
They came out good.
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Photo by LB Wales IV
More photos from our recent issue. We are still out of stock, soon we will have more copies.
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Photo by Jeff Welk
Photo by Reuben Radding
Photo by Edoardo De Angelis
Photo by Phoenix Kanada
Photo by David Catalano
Photo by Jason Hendardy
Photo by Wojciech Karlinski
Photo by Ray Potes
You ever get a message that starts off saying, “I’m disappointed that..”? I have actually received this type of email more than once referring to the type of photography we are publishing or not publishing. It’s nuts to me. I understand constructive criticism and comments and suggestions, for sure, this is a community after all. A large one. But simply unfollow if you don’t like what we are making.
How am I supposed to respond? “I’m sorry our art practice doesn’t please you, we will make the proper adjustments as per your instructions until you are satisfied.”
I’m reverse disappointed. In this day and age it seems obvious to me that we should be encouraging each other to be as weird and nerdy and expressive as possible. Also, it seems even more obvious to me that other people, places, or things are not responsible for yours or my well being. If you don’t like something, keep it pushing till you find what you are looking for.
If you haven’t heard it lately, you’re hearing it from me – Shoot whatever you want, where ever you want, for as long as you want, however you want, why ever you want for no reason at all or all the reasons. And treat others as you like to be treated. That’s it.