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Street Fight #9
“Street Fight” is the ninth issue of Eyeshot Magazine in exclusive collaboration with Observe Collective. This exciting new issue takes on the theme of street fight, exploring the tension, conflict, and drama that unfolds on the streets of the world’s most vibrant cities.
The magazine will consist of 480 limited-edition copies, and with 3 limited edition postcards. An additional 20 copies will be reserved for the upcoming Observations 2022 festival in Germany, during which an exhibition with a selection of the photographs will also be held.
Eyeshot’s “Street Fight!” is printed on Fedrigoni X-Per paper and measures 21×27 cm with a total of 160 pages featuring 86 Street Photographers. The striking front cover, by Tang Tawanwad Wanavit, captures the energy and intensity of street fight, while the back cover, by Ilan Ben Yehuda, provides a glimpse of the city’s urban landscape. The introduction, written by Chris Farling and Tom Young, sets the stage for this exciting exploration of street fight in street photography.
We always strive for the best quality, and from “New York City” onwards, all our magazines have a thread-sewn binding to make them even more prestigious and unique. This ensures that each issue is not only a work of art in its own right, but also a valuable collector’s item for street photography enthusiasts and collectors alike.
Aaron Berger, Andreas Katsakos, Andrii Mur, Angkul Sungthong, Bojan Nikolic, Bouwe Brouwer, Chris Malmberg, Chu Việt Hà, Claire Brinberg, Davide Albani, Edas Wong, Emir Sevim, Forrest Walker, Gareth Bragdon, Gavin Bragdon, George Gavrilakis, Artyt (Sun) Lerdrakmongkol, Audsadang Satsadee, Ayman Nakib, Haris Panagiotakopoulos, Hillol Choudhury, Ilan Ben Yehuda, Ilan Burla, Jimmy Dovholt, Johan Jehlbo, Julie Hrudova, Kanrapee Chokpaiboon, Kazi Muhaiminul Islam Munaj, Ken Walton, Kevin Samuels, Lorenzo Catena, Luis Picon, Mankichi Shinshi, Marco Criniti, Massimiliano Faralli, Md Enamul Kabir, Nayeem Siddiquee, Nayeli Cruz Bonilla, Nick Gervin, Howard Duff Gordon, Hsiu Ju Chang, Kittipong Pravalpattakul, Kristian Leven, Kyle Souder, Giacomo Vesprini, Gustavo Minas, Michele Liberti, Mike McCawley, Mirko Fambrini, Muhammad Imam Hasan, Noppadol Maitreechit, Norbert Farkas, Nuno Cruz, Paulo Marinuzzi, Piti Amraranga, Pongsathorn Leelaprachakul, Pau Buscato, Rab Thanasorn, Rammy Narula, Red Cosmonaut Girl, aka Miguel M.A.S., Sakib Pratyay, Setsiri Silapasuwanchai, Sheth Yash Sanjay, Simone Mantia, Siri Thompson, Skyid J. Wang, Sonia Carolina Madrigal Loyola, Soumyendra Narayan Saha, Tavepong Pratoomwong, Thanasan Sricham, Vladimir Yavorov, Wikorn Rojarayanont, Yuro De Iuliis, Riccardo Cattaneo, Roberto Deri, Roman Lazarev, Spiros Loukopoulos, Stefano Carotenuto, Stuart Paton, Subhran Karmakar, Suresh Naganathan, Svilen Nachev, Sylvain Biard, Toemorn Pramual Kunraya, Tonatiuh Cabello Morán.
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