“As it Happened” by Sakulchai Sikitikul

As it Happened” is the first monograph of the Thai street photographer Sakulchai Sikitikul, with a foreword by Melissa Breyer. 110 photographs narrate the ordinary wonders happening in the author’s hometown with acute graphic consciousness.

NEW | A selection of five Fine Art photographs from “As it Happened” and signed by Sakulchai Sikitikul are now available for purchase, each with limited number of copies and no reprinting options.

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EDITIONS Black Edition, White Edition / EDITION Limited Edition / PAPER QUALITY Symbol Tatami by Fedrigoni / PAGES 184 / FORMAT Hardcover / SIZE 22×27 cm / PUBLISHER Eyeshot


Exclusive and Limited Deal

An exclusive and limited deal. With the purchase of a Fine Art Prints produced by Thai street photographer Sakulchai Sikitikul, you will receive a free Black edition of “As it Happened” until supplies last.

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

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Limited Edition Fine Art Prints

A new way of experiencing photography.

Choose from a selection of five Fine Art Photographs. Each print is limitedsigned by the author, certified with an Eyeshot stamp and numbered by hand. The pieces are printed on Hahnemühle FineArt paper with pigment inks and tested for longevity. The prints are available in four different formats, each with a limited number of copies, no reprinting options, and a fixed price.

Get one-of-a-kind and never-before-printed Fine Art Print, and feel inspired by carefully crafted pieces that capture the mark of human life.

The Photographer

Sakulchai Sikitikul

Sakulchai Sikitikul is a Thai street photographer and a business owner in Hat Yai, Songkhla, the southern part of Thailand. He used to work in an advertising company after graduating from Silpakorn University in Communication Art. He started street photography in 2010 and has been a member of the Street Photo Thailand collective since 2014.

The monograph

“As it Happened”

In his first book “As it Happened”, Sakulchai Sikitikul explores all the possibilities unfolding near his hometown. Social context is put into a personal perspective in his work. In his photographs, there might have been major events, society, people, places, or even small things such as fashion, costumes, how people dressed. The book by Sakulchai Sikitikul expresses the need to document time passing by, and to make these street shots become more than just street shots. The author records his social context and confirms its existence.

In details

The photographic journey

Street photography is not just going out and shooting everything. Because you walk the same path every day but at different times, anything new can happen. This encourages us to be alert and focused all the time, even though many times you might not get any picture at all. Sakulchai Sikitikul focuses on composition, light, colors, as well as moments, trying to maintain balance within the image.

The photographer's vision

“My street photography work is not limited to any form, humor, storytelling, shadows or colors. But there is one thing that is above all shooting styles. Choosing to record those moments in the various aspects of the society in which they live.”