Pleased to announce our latest issue, Hamburger Eyes No. 52. You’ll notice more size, more pages, and more photographers. We found out that with the print shop we use, it’s actually cheaper to use one of their default paper sizes than to use our own regular custom paper size. This size is wider and taller and happens to be a size we have used in the past so it will be familiar. We also went with a lighter weight paper, trying to get it to lay flat when opened but also more savings. All of this means we can take that extra dough and add more pages. We are finally back up to 100 pages where we belong.
This issue features photographers based in Sacramento, Chicago, Tampa, Quebec, Rome, Le Vigan, and Thessaloniki.
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Hamburger Eyes No. 52
The Continuing Story of Life on Earth
John Brian King
Renato Di Maggio Rodrigues
6.69″ x 9.61″
Published by Hamburger Eyes
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Usually we save some stacks for zines fairs book fairs etc but hello pandemic, now too much stuff in the house. Also a distro we used to use has sent back a box of returns, so even more stuff. We put all of it in our online store.
If you have gaps in your collection, nows the time to catch up.
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Happy 21st Anniversary to Hamburger Eyes! Yep, it has been a long and winding road. Thank you for riding with us, we are forever grateful. Here are some spreads from past issues. And most items in our online store on sale for the next couple of days. No code necessary.
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We got asked to be part of this year’s EXPOSURE PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL which takes place in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. While bummed that we couldn’t go there because of contagious virus variants, we are still excited to be involved.
We sent around 200 photos which they installed at Contemporary Calgary. Photos by David Catalano, David Kaplan, Don Standing, Chris Leskovsek, Reuben Radding, David Uzzardi, David Root, Sal Hernandez, Tom Souzer, Andrea Lavezzaro, Troy Holden, Alex Herzog, Uri Korn, Mathieu Van Assche, Simon Vansteenwinckel, Oscar Mendoza, Ryan Florig, and Ray Potes.
Install photos by Louie Villanueva
Also, we are doing an online presentation as part of this photo fest. The first half will be me talking about not sure what yet, mostly showing a slide show of photos and layouts spanning the entire history of Hamburger Eyes. Then the second half will be Q+A. You are all invited! You have to register though. It’s this Sunday, Feb 13 2022. Noon PST. It’s free.
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See you then??
PHOTOGRAPHERS ON THE ASIAN-AMERICAN & PACIFIC ISLANDER EXPERIENCE
“PICTURE US is an exploration; it is an honest window into the corners of the Asian American and Pacific Islander experience during a year of collective trauma, as our community was targeted as the cause for the COVID-19 pandemic. It is an inquiry into the differential tension between our own understanding of how the world sees us and how we see ourselves as a community. Picture a world where our identities and communities are able to be in mainstream media and be seen for all its excellence. That’s not the moment we live in, but in this publication that is what we aim to capture and celebrate. As artists and as Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders: PICTURE US, as we picture ourselves.” – Jennelyn Tumalad
30% of proceeds will be donated to the Asian Prisoners Support Committee. Founded in 2002, the APSC is one of the few organizations in the country dedicated to providing services to Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders who are incarcerated and formerly incarcerated. The organization, led by formerly incarcerated AAPIs, works primarily with the San Quentin and Solano state prison populations and the re-entry population in Oakland and nearby. For more information, please visit asianprisonersupport.com
VALERIE J. BOWER & RAY POTES
ANG ZIQI ZHANG
KAT DE GUZMAN
MARK JAYSON QUINES
STEPHANIE MEI LING
VALERIE J. BOWER
FRONT COVER BY VALERIE J. BOWER
BACK COVER BY RYAN FLORIG
6.5 x 9 INCHES
PUBLISHED BY HAMBURGER EYES
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Photo by Shinji Shiozaki
Photos from our latest issue which happens to be temporarily sold out right now! We have more copies on the way, no worries stay tuned. This world wide paper shortage / pandemic impaired planet has us going slower than we would like to go. We are like the cheetah when it comes to making zines and books. We don’t feel normal if we can’t go fast.
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Photo by Reuben Radding
Photo by James Han
Photo by Ryan Florig
Photo by Christopher Radney
Photo by Rick Lombardo
Photo by David Catalano