A hilarious yet scary, hardcore yet charming collection of photographs from the acclaimed upstart photography magazine of the same name. Since the first issue of 30 photocopied pamphlets in 2002, Hamburger Eyes has become an elegant yet underground periodical combining the documentary approach of National Geographic with the hit-'em-hard sensibility of a late night tagger. This is visual anarchy - a n-stop, over-the-top collection of classic street photography.
Ray Potes has been making pictures for the past 20 years. At age 14, he made his first 'zine; today, Potes edits and publishes Hamburger Eyes magazine. Based in San Francisco, Potes is a publisher, producer, filmmaker, and, most of all, a photographer.