Having teamed up earlier this year on a promotional photo shoot, etnies Plus and photo journal Hamburger Eyes are at it again with this collaborative edition of the Townsend canvas vulc. Featuring a black and white photo collage by Ray Potes, the shoe was launched as part of Hamburger Eyes’ recent month-long Casual Abyss exhibition at San Francisco’s Mission Cultural Center, featuring works by Ed Templeton, Dennis Mcgrath and Michael Jang amongst others. Part of Hamburger Eyes’ mission to promote and preserve the fine arts, the etnies x HE Townsend is available from the Hamburger Eyes website, with all proceeds going towards their ongoing work.
About Hamburger Eyes:
Hamburger eyes photo magazine is based in San Francisco and published bi-annually. Hamburger Eyes is off-set printed in black and white on glossy stock, perfect bound with a cardstock cover, holding 150 pages at a run of 3000 copies. Hamburger eyes is carried in shops, stores, libraries, galleries and museums across the entire planet. When opening Hamburger Eyes photo magazine you enter a pictorial history of both the unseen and iconic moments of everyday life. It is organized in such a way that it has become many things to many people. As a photo journal, we share our travels and experiences. As a photo diary, we share our accomplishments and heartaches. And as a photo album, we share our families and friends and reach people on a level they have been familiar