BLOW Photo Book

// fuse: BLOW Photo Book Programme

do you have a story to tell?

Are you working on a project that you would like to publish one day? Then the BLOW Photo Book Programme is a perfect opportunity for you!

Open Call – Extended deadline February 2019!

Through a collective effort with all our partners, the aim of this programme is to guide an artist through every stage of producing the book, from editing to designing and printing. The programme will end with presenting professionally edited, designed and printed dummy to international publishers.

More details will be announced by the end of september.

BLOW Photo founded in 2010, was created to promote and support photography through publications, talks, workshops, exhibitions and educational events.
Over the years BLOW Photo have been discovering and sharing fine art photography in our BLOW Photo Magazine publication.

BLOW has published 16 issues, showcasing almost 300 photographers, exhibited Irish work at major European photography fairs and festivals including Paris Photo, Unseen, London Art Fair, The European Month of Photography in Berlin, collaborated with Southeast Museum of Photography in Florida and most recently with Hamburg Triennial.
BLOW was awarded the Overall Print of the Year Award 2010 and 2013 at the Irish Print Awards. It was also nominated for a LUCIE Award, in the best photography magazine of 2013, 2014 and 2015 category.

blow photo partners for photo book programme:

D-Light Studios, a creative multimedia and multifunctional space in the heart of Dublin City.

Plus Print, award-winning printing house offers you the best printing solutions currently available.

Unthink, creative design studio creating fresh and unique print and digital products, as well as complete branding systems for a wide range of national and international clients.

More to be announced.

Who can apply?

This opportunity is open to any photographer or artist using the medium of photography that is looking to develop his/her work and finish it in a form of a book.
Applicants must submit a project proposal including details of the project timeline below.