Come and see us on stand A81 to pick up the brand new issue and take advantage of a very special subscription deal
Issue 2, Vol.3 is now available and will be on the Hungry Eye stand throughout the event.
IN THIS ISSUE: We catch up with Peter Dench as the Diary of a Sometime Working Pro continues with Peter gaining the tag of VVIP (Very, very important person). We speak to Spot, the legendary SolCal music producer about his time documenting the late ’60s surf & punk scenes. Sean Ellis tells us all about his low budget approach to the making of the multi-award winning ‘Metro Manilla’ and a whole host more! Far too much to list here – so get along to the show to pick up your copy between the 21st and 24th March at the NEC in Birmingham.
LIMITED EDITION PRINTS: Will be available on stand A81 during the event. We have reproduced some of our favourite work in limited edition runs of 100 per shot exclusively for the Photography Show. We will be giving a print to every subscriber during the show but of course, only whilst they last.
A3 Prints which have been printed on high quality 350gsm uncoated paper
Chris Floyd’s portrait of Sam Taylor Wood – Limited edition print collaboration with Hungry Eye
Jim Mortram’s exclusive print of David, from the series, Small Town Inertia. Limited to 100 copies
Issue 2, Vol.3 cover star Vasilisa Forbes ‘Table’ shot. Limited edition of 100
On top of all of this, and for Saturday only, Hungry Eye Contributing Editor, long-time diarist and all round good egg, Peter Dench will be joining us on stand A81, signing limited prints and copies of his book ‘England Uncensored’ and will have a handful of copies of his Cafe Royal Books publication, Trawlermen to sign for a lucky few.
So if you’re not already heading to the NEC for this year’s show, we hope to have given you enough reasons to visit. Come and see us, come and get your new issue. Come and get your print and meet the team.