Eyeshot Magazine

Street Xmas #SE


Christmas, celebrated on December 25th, is considered both a religious and secular holiday. For devout Christians, it marks the birth of Jesus Christ and is commemorated through different religious observances such as attending church services and reenacting biblical stories related to Christ’s birth. In the Western world, many people partake in Christmas festivities, with some emphasizing the religious aspects, while others embracing a more secular approach. Those who celebrate Christmas in a non-religious manner often exchange gifts, share tales of Santa Claus, and decorate their homes with festively illuminated Christmas trees. However, as you walk through streets around the world, you will discover that Christmas takes on a unique and distinct character in each location.
In a limited edition of 300 copies, “Street Xmas” is a special edition photography issue capturing the diverse celebratory practice of such festivity around the world. Through the meticulous selection by editor and curator of Eyeshot Marco Savarese of 61 talented street photographers, and the striking cover photo by Fadi BouKaram, this 130 pages magazine will transport you to the captivating world of street photography and the various expressions of the Christmas holiday.

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© Gustavo Minas
© Jad Jadsada
© Gavin Bragdon
© Don Hudson
© Vineet Vohra

Photographers featured:

Gerry Orkin, Matteo Gallo, Saqif Hossain Inan, José Bassit, Marcelo Argolo, Gustavo Minas, Sakib Pratyay, Cedric Roux, Vernin Yves, Christopher Reuter, Fabian Schreyer, Patrick Wendt, Paulus Ponizak, Sven Kräuter, Lukas Vasilikos, Maria Kappatou, Stavros Stamatiou, Vineet Vohra, Efrat Sela, Sagi Kortler, Alessandro Prato, Daniele Zarri, Francesco Sembolini, Giovanni Stimolo, Lorenzo Catena, Michele Liberti, Salvatore Giorgio Scalici, Salvatore Matarazzo, Sergio Raffaele, Fadi BouKaram, Bouwe Brouwer, Giedo van der Zwan, Rene de Bruijn, Robert Samwels, Jasper Tejano, Ania Klosek, Katarzyna Kubiak, Krzysztof Grochowski, Ilya Shtutsa, Gareth Bragdon, Gavin Bragdon, David Fidalgo, Jad Jadsada, Kanrapee Chokpaiboon, Sakulchai Sikitikul, Alphan Yilmazmaden, Ufuk Akarı, Bojan ‘Chibsterr’ Nikolic, Craig Whitehead, Larry Hallegua, Nico Froehlich, Don Hudson, Eric Davidove, Gretchenn Grace, Jack Simon, Joe Aguirre, Jonathan Higbee, Koci Hernandez, Larry Cohen, Reuben Radding, Robert LeBlanc.

© Jack Simon

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