“Of a Different Stripe” by Max Sturgeon
“Of a Different Stripe” is the second book of the American photographer and filmmaker Max Sturgeon, with an introduction by Vineet Vohra. Over 120 images show how two cultures meet halfway and become aware of one another through contrast and juxtaposition.
“Of a Different Stripe” autographed by Max Sturgeon will be available for a maximum of 3 releases:
- 1st Drop (120 White Editions, 3 exclusive postcards): Sold out.
- 1st Drop (30 Black Editions): Available.
- 2nd Drop (150 White Editions): coming soon.
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.
3 limited edition postcards
Only the first 150 orders will receive 3 limited edition postcards signed by Max Sturgeon.
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An original piece to celebrate “Of a Different Stripe”
© Max Sturgeon
Born on American land, Max Sturgeon is a photographer and filmmaker who splits his time between Austin, Texas, and Warsaw, Poland. Working on film and TV projects as an assistant director for half the year enables him the flexibility to spend the rest of his time travelling overseas. Currently, he is working on numerous ongoing long term photography projects.
“Of a Different Stripe”
To outsiders, the region around the Bay of Bengal can best be described as overwhelming. Exotic to even the most experienced traveller it is an assault on the senses: the noise, the smells, the vibrant colours, the seemingly never-ending crowds pushing against you. For many, it can become too much, but the chaos is also what makes it so special and unique. Life in the streets can be felt and seen like nowhere else—so alive and vibrant.
© Max Sturgeon
The photographic journey
Max Sturgeon’s pictures try to capture the vividness of life in the Bay of Bengal region, and his images can portray well the richness of colours and convey actions and meanings. Not one of the photos was staged or posed: in a land of countless Gods and languages, the streets are theatre, and the performances one of a kind. Chaotic beauty at its finest.
The photographer's vision
“I wanted to be close to people so you feel the density of the population and a different take on the Bay of Bengal region. I wanted the viewers to feel what it was truly like to be in India or Bangladesh. To feel the chaos”.