Hamburger Eyes - the unseen and iconic moments of everyday life
3rd July 2012
Cult photo-zine Hamburger Eyes was an amazingly gritty black and white publication.
Much like Blipfoto itself, Hamburger Eyes Photo Magazine offered a pictorial history of both the unseen and iconic moments of everyday life.
What started off as a bi-annual publication based out of San Diego in 2001 has, more recently, turned into a very different beast. But it still retains its trademark cool.
Hamburger Eyes took a hiatus in 2009 (after 13 issues) which it's yet to return from, but its legacy continues. Over recent years it has published dozens of bespoke black and white photo 'zinez', in editions of 100.
In 2009 Nick Fogarty filmed a short documentary that turned the focus onto the team that put together this tasty publication.
They certainly had some creative stories to tell...