Your cart is currently empty!
The term “surreal” originates from surrealism, an artistic movement that encompasses various disciplines, including imagery, writing, painting, and much more. Surrealist art often features irrational and disconnected elements, resulting in a bizarre fusion that defies conventional logic. Salvador Dalí’s paintings, with their melting watches, are prime examples of surreal imagery, but this surreal quality can also be found in peculiar and dreamlike moments of daily life.
Street photography has been heavily influenced by surrealism, with iconic images by Elliott Erwitt serving as a testament to this connection. Today, photographers such as Siegfried Hansen and Tavepong Pratoomwong continue to capture the surreal essence of the streets. In this limited edition issue of Eyeshot, we showcase the work of 101 skilled street photographers from 31 countries across five continents, all of whom celebrate excellence through their unique visual language. With only 300 copies produced, this magazine is a collector’s item.
Editor and curator Marco Savarese meticulously selected the photographers and their images, and the captivating cover photo by Maria Kappatou sets the tone for the surreal theme. Across 150 pages, you’ll discover a diverse array of photographers and their remarkable images, all focused on the surreal aspect of street photography. Our hope is that their work will inspire you and offer a glimpse into the fascinating world of surreal street photography.
AB Rashid, Abinet Teshome, Alessandro Prato, Alexander Bronfer, Andrea Torrei, Andrés César, Andy Hall, Ania Klosek, Antonio E. Ojeda, Bambi, Bouwe Brouwer, Cedric Roux, Chakrapun Senachan, Chatchai Boonyaprapatsara, Chris Farling, Chu Viet Ha, Cristian Scotellaro, Dan Szpara, Daniele Zarri, Darran K Roper, David Fidalgo, Dimitris Makrygiannakis, Don Hudson, Efe Can Uysal, Efrat Sela, Eric Kogan, Francesco Sembolini, Gabi Ben Avraham , Gary Salter, Gavin Bragdon, Gerry Orkin, Gianluca Morini, Giedo van der Zwan, Giovanni Stimolo, Gustavo Minas, Ilan Burla, Ilker Karaman, Ilya Shtutsa, Jack Simon, Jad Jadsada, Jasper Tejano, JB Maher, Jerome Lorieau, Johan Jehlbo, Jonathan Higbee, Julie Hrudova, Junku Nishimura, Katarzyna Kubiak, Larry Cohen, Larry Hallegua, Liberti Michele, Liu Tao, Lorenzo Catena, Lukas Vasilikos, Marcelo Argolo, Marco Patassini, Maria Kappatou, Mark Heathcote, Matthew Martin, Md Enamul Kabir, Md. Sydul Islam, Merlin Meuris, Michael Zikaras, Michele Bartalini, Mikhail Palinchak, Nayeem Siddiquee, Noppadol Maitreechit, Omri Shomer, Paulus Ponizak, Rammy Narula, Richard Mills, Rodrigo Roher, Roe, Rudy Boyer, Sakulchai Sikitikul, Salvatore Matarazzo, Sami Uçan, Saqif Inan, Saumalya Ghosh, Serkan Tekin, Shah Toufiqur Rahman Ovi, Siegfried Hansen, Simon Kossoff, Sohail Bin Mohammad, Stan De Zoysa, Stuart Paton, Suresh Naganathan, Taras Bychko, Tavepong Pratoomwong, Tawanwad Wanavit, TC Lin, Thanasorn Janekankit, Thibaut Goarant, Tom Young, Tymon Markowski, Ufuk Akari, Umberto Verdoliva, Valeria Tofanelli, Vineet Vohra, Vitor Damasio, Zisis Kardianos.
Made in Italy
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.
X-Per Premium White 14og/m2 is a sharp and uncoated paper with a special treatment to enhance the feeling and allow for particularly sharp and brilliant printing. Its opacity and print contrast makes it an extraordinary choice for publishing Eyeshot’s exclusive magazines.
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.