#9 STREET FIGHT! / NEW ISSUE
“Street Fight!” is the ninth issue of Eyeshot Magazine, pre-orderable from Friday 17 June, in exclusive collaboration with Observe Collective. As with Bulgaria, an esclusive NFT + Paper limited edition of 50 copies of the magazine will also be available on Opensea.
For the first time ever, we are launching our magazine in both physical and NFT versions. Bulgaria’s first drop consists of 50 special limited edition printed magazines and 3 autographed postcards reserved for those who buy one of the 50 corresponding NFTs. The classic “Paper” version is also available and can be pre-ordered from Friday 15 April.
#4 Street Fashion
“Street Fashion” is the fourth issue of Eyeshot Magazine, published in December 2019. For this edition, the curator and Editor-in-Chief Marco Savarese asked five guest photographers to build a complex story on tendencies, excesses, cultural and social differences on the urban catwalks from all around the world.
#3 Street Jungle
For the first time, Eyeshot is hosting 5 guest photographers, Matt Stuart, Shin Noguchi, Julie Hrudova, Vineet Vohra, Katarzyna Kubiak, that will choose the best “Street Jungle“ shot. The result, with the Curator and Editing of Marco Savarese, is a collection of 105 photographs from 35 different countries.
Whether you’re talking about a flash of lighting or a flash of insight, a flash is quick and bright and sudden. There aren’t any slow, long flashes. Because flashes are so fast, the word is often used for anything that happens really quickly: a flash is as fast as a New York minute, the blink of an eye, a heartbeat, an instant, a jiffy, or a split second.
#s.i. Street Xmas
Christians observe rituals at Christmas including church attendance and reenactments of Bible stories surrounding the birth of Christ. Non-religious observers exchange presents, tell stories about Santa Claus, and usually decorate a lighted Christmas tree… On the streets around the world Christmas is something else, and in these pages you will discover why…
The adjective surreal comes from surrealism, an artistic movement that conglomerated images, writing, painting, and other artistic disciplines, which often contained irrational and disconnected images. That is why the surreal describes a strange mixture of elements, often discordant and seemingly meaningless.