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Eyeshot Collection #13: Simon Kossoff’s

“Altered States of Agoraphobia”

Altered States of Agoraphobia” is the first book of the British photographer Simon Kossoff, with a foreword by Blake Andrews. 123 psychogeography photographs immerse us in the author’s half-truth and half-fiction all over the USA.

Available 500 limited-edition copies autographed by Simon Kossoff:
470 White Editions
30 Black Editions

Book processing status

1. Selection of Photographs & Image Sequencing 100%
2. Book Design 100%
3. Printing Process 35%
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150 Limited Edition Postcards (16,5×11,5cm)
Product Details – Black edition

Limited Edition Print 1/30

The White and Black Editions differ in one thing and one thing only.

Each Black Edition contains one unique Fine Art Photograph (30×21 cm – printed on Hahnemühle FineArt paper with pigment inks and tested for longevity) that has never been printed for sale before. Available through the purchasing of this book only.

Eyeshot aims to keep every publication limited-edition in quantity and quality.

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Eyeshot is an independent and environmentally friendly publisher.

We print on Fedrigoni paper from FSC certified sources, and we support local printing presses. We have a strict plastic-free policy, and we apply acid-free paper stickers only.

Behind Eyeshot is an editorial board of highly qualified staff. We sequence, edit, design, distribute and advertise our publications by bearing all the production costs ourselves.

All Eyeshot publications are made in Italy, but our contributors are from around the globe.

We are headquartered in Italy, with a community sharing the same passion from over 120 countries on 5 continents.

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Made in Italy

Fedrigoni Papers | Symbol Tatami

Eyeshot uses only papers from Fedrigoni, an Italian paper mill founded in 1888 in Verona. All Fedrigoni’s papers are FSC® certified, made from pure ECF pulp. Every product is fully biodegradable and recyclable.

Symbol Tatami White 135g/m2 is a thick paper coated on both sides with a Matt finish. Its volume and thickness give it a remarkable textural consistency that makes it ideal for prestigious publications such as Eyeshot’s monographs.

Credentials

EFC: ELEMENTARY CHLORINE FREE | It’s an environmentally friendly type of paper that has been bleached with products free of elemental chlorine. By replacing it with chlorine dioxide, polluting emissions are reduced by 90%.

FSC® MIX | The Forest Stewardship Council is one of the internationally recognised forestry certification systems, which guarantees the proper management of forests and the traceability of the resulting products.

HEAVY METAL ABSENCE | Paper and packaging are produced in a way that allows them to be reused and recycled. The absence of harmful metals and other substances and materials that are hazardous to human health is guaranteed.

LONG LIFE: ISO 9706 | This certification ensures that paper production recycles more CO2 than it emits, thus reducing the release of CO2 into the atmosphere that causes global warming. In compliance with ISO 9706 standards, the paper we use is acid-free which gives it resistance to light, wear and tear, and durability over time. It can be stored for up to 200 years.

The Photographer

Stavros Stamatiou

Stavros Stamatiou is a Greek photographer and teacher based in Peraia, Greece. He grew up at the edge of a small town known for its electric power industries—however, he had always been very close to nature and his dear grandparents, refugees from Asia Minor. Their stories about the past fired up not only his imagination but a profound excitement about everything that was carrying the traces of time

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The monograph

“Street as a Mirror”

As the first book of the Greek photographer, “Street as a Mirror” is a powerful depiction of the world in which we all live. For Stavros, each and every photograph must be candid and unstaged—he captures the ‘making in the making’ of every moment, observing reality as it becomes an experience. Like Ermis Kasapis put it, some would say that this is the magic of photographic art.

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In details

The photographic journey

“The bizarre, the surreal, the hidden, the poetry of everyday life”, are the things that inspire Stavros Stamatiou. He photographs without a plan, at all hours of the day and night. “Street as a Mirror” is an attempt to impress on paper this strong connection with his subconscious, the counterpoint between the depiction of reality and fantasy at the level of one’s experience.

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The photographer’s vision
“I feel deeply attracted to the surrealism of everyday life and the poetry of ordinary things […] that can be used to create my own reality, my photographic world. After all, photography is [nothing but] a lie”.
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Eyeshot is the first independent publisher working exclusively with street photographers from all around the world.

Our intention is to curate their work and publish it in collectible and limited edition books and magazine.
Created by street photographers, for street photographers.

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