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Wednesday, Feb 13 2008
Hamburger Eyes, which champions documentary-style portraits of everyday people (especially those taking big juicy bites out of life), is no longer just a ridiculously addictive three-times-a-year magazine. It's now a book, Hamburger Eyes: Inside Burgerworld. The 200-page hardcover is big, it has all-new photos, it uses a font called "Hobo," and it has the best cover we've ever seen (see photo). Another nice thing: The book launch party and accompanying exhibit, happening tonight, also celebrate the seventh anniversary of the magazine and the first anniversary of Photo Epicenter, the group's full-service lab. It seems a certain gritty photography empire has a little crush on Valentine's Day. The reception starts at 5 p.m.
Feb. 14-March 1, 2008

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