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Blueeyes Magazine | Issue 11

Blueeyes Magazine is back!

Issue 11 is now live – featuring new projects from photographers Toshiki Senoue and Allison V. Smith, and a portfolio from Ami Vitale. This is the re-birth of a labor of love. Please come check it out and get involved.


by John Loomis at 2006-04-11 10:09:10 UTC (ed. Mar 12 2008 ) Miami, FL , United States | Bookmark | | Report spam→

John, it looks great. It has a nice clean look that is attractive but in no way detracts from the images. Everything is real easy to navigate. A real magazine.

One thing that occurred to me: the use of text. While you are steering away from the whole multimedia thing, which is all to the good, have you run pieces that make use of text in interesting ways to complement the imagery? It is just an idea I have been playing with recently, so I am curious.


PS: links to back issues?

by Jon Anderson | 11 Apr 2006 10:04 (ed. Apr 11 2006) | Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic | | Report spam→
Hey Jon – I appreciate your kind words and comments as always.

Firstly, the archives are coming very soon. I’m working on them right now, in fact. We only had the time to get one integrated into the new design and system for the first new issue, but they’ll be up ASAP. In the meantime, there will be an archives page added where we’ll be showing a very cool best-of slideshow of the first 10 issues that Jody Sugrue put together, which, for those that missed our sweet ass party, we showed at the relaunch party at Redux last week.

Because the magazine was created with an intent to put visuals out there as emphatically as I could, we initially didn’t even run captions – and I still think as a whole that they are relied upon, and used poorly, way too often. But our use of text has lagged subsequent to that sort of perspective since, and we are only now thinking of ways to integrate text in more interesting and provocative ways. In fact, Chris Vivion, our Design Director, is working on a really cool new textual treatment to be integrated into each essay, and one of our upcoming new features will be focused on text to a much greater extent.

Best to you, -John

by John Loomis | 11 Apr 2006 11:04 | Miami, FL, United States | | Report spam→
This is really good news. I am looking forward to seeing more.

by Jon Anderson | 11 Apr 2006 23:04 | Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic | | Report spam→
Blueeyes looks great, really love the Caucasus project.
Sorry again that I wasn’t able to make it to the party at Redux.
Bests to you.
—Greg Ruffing

by Greg Ruffing | 12 Apr 2006 00:04 | Cleveland, OH, United States | | Report spam→
John, the site is dynamite. And I agree, super clean, – a great platform for the work. I really enjoyed the series on Marfa, Texas by A. Smith.


Bryce Krynski

by Bryce Krynski | 17 Apr 2006 02:04 (ed. Apr 17 2006) | Calgary, Canada | | Report spam→

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John Loomis, Photographer John Loomis
New York, Ny , United States ( LGA )
Jon Anderson, Photographer & Writer Jon Anderson
Photographer & Writer
Ocala Florida , United States
Greg Ruffing, Freelance Photojournalist Greg Ruffing
Freelance Photojournalist
Cleveland, Oh , United States
Bryce Krynski, Photographer Bryce Krynski
Dominical , Costa Rica


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