Feb 14 2018


This one goes out to all the special someones.

Feb 13 2018


This week marks Hamburger Eyes 17th Anniversary! Our first issue was published on February 14, 2001. We probably only realize that because we used to print the release date right on the cover of the first few issues. I feel honored to be able to work on this project for so long. Actually doesn’t feel like a “project” any more, just a way of life. Thank you to all the photographers and supporters to help us keep this thing going for so long.

Here’s a look back at all the stuff we put out : http://www.hamburgereyes.com/catalog/

And below is a look at the future. A sneak peak of Hamburger Eyes No. 32 to be released before the end of the month. In fact, we are having an anniversary sale to clear out some space and raise funds for it. Enter the discount code before checking out for 25% off everything.

Code : VDAY

Shop here : http://shophamburgereyes.com

Thank you for your continued support!

Photo by Chris Leskovsek

Photo by Jud Muir

Photo by Grant Lewandowski

Photo by Heather Williamson

Photo by Joe Plonsker

Photo by Chris Leskovsek

Photo by Jud Muir

Photo by Grant Lewandowski

Photo by Heather Williamson

Photo by Joe Plonsker

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Feb 11 2018


It’s done. I unplugged from the social media matrix. All the Hamburger Eyes accounts deleted. It feels good. I wasn’t planning to say much about it, especially since I deleted all my personal accounts last week and no one said anything, texted, or emailed me about it. But maybe I should say the main reason is that it just isn’t fun any more. Posting, liking, comments, DMs, hashtags, screenshots. Over it. The cons are starting to out weigh the pros. Not trying to run a campaign or a crusade or anything, just for me it is time to abort mission.

Yes it is very distracting and time consuming, but lots of things are. It’s the exploitation of the human brain that is getting sketchy. Zuckerberg openly admits to programming our behaviors. And then sells that data. He makes money while we get lost in algorithms of fomo and ego and vanity and dopamine hits.

What about the business? What about traffic? We get more website hits from Google than social media. And we don’t really need thousands of random people following us, we just need a couple hundred legit ones. Maybe over thinking it? What about connecting? It is nice to connect with old and new friends especially in other cities for sure, but email works too. Books and zines work even better.

This all sounds very serious but it’s not. I think it’s going to be very chill. We will keep this blog and plan to update it constantly, so stay following us here and subscribe to our email list for all the classified info. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Feb 11 2018


My friends are putting together a book, check out their Kickstarter campaign.


Nowhere Magazine is celebrating 10 years of surviving in an increasingly difficult media environment by releasing a special-edition hard-copy collection of stories. Photo essays and artwork combine with the best travel writing, anywhere, to form the 10th Anniversary Nowhere Print Annual. Support more independent media by buying your copy here :


Feb 01 2018



Ricky Adam


N. Ireland / Leeds, U.K.


Lots of different cameras over the years. These days a Nikon F3 & a Fuji X-T1.





Feb 01 2018


I’m over social media. There’s a hundred reasons to go and only a few reasons to stay. I’m slowly deleting each of the Hamburger Eyes accounts. Twitter and FB today. Tumblr soon. IG next, but since it’s the biggest one we will try to milk it and grow the email list. Gonna keep the YouTube account maybe.

So all updates will be here on the site and once a week a mailing list update. If you are not subscribed, do it today! You will get secret discounts, secret releases, secret invites to secret parties, secrets infinity.