Tuesday, 19 October 2010

BEARD-EEE BUGGERS.

Apparently Beards are all the RAGE at the moment with Manchester Northern Quarter/Chorlton Types (mainly with the men although not exclusively) putting this pu-biccy form of attention seeking to good use, some of the most ridiculous Dedicated followers of facial hair, have parked up their 'FIXIES' donned some tweed and posed for Manchester photographer Gill Moore so as to produce a calender all in the name of charity. The photographs can be seen at COMMON BAR with a launch of the calender this Thursday. Go see Gill's Pictures even if this much face fuzz makes you end up with a little bit of sick in your mouth....... More details below.



The launch of the "Beards of Manchester" calendar will be at Common Bar this Thursday 21st October from 6pm.

It's a hairy initiative to find the best beards in Manchester and all in the name of charity. The brainchild of Sam (b & n magazine) and Chris (Oh Digital), I was delighted to be asked to work on this project and played my part by taking all the photographs featured in the calendar in and around Manchester over the last few weeks. The sun came out once and not even torrential rain stopped us.
All images featured in the calendar will be exhibited in Common Bar, Northern Quarter, Manchester aswell as a huge framed compilation of all the hairy entries which didn't make the cut.

The charity calendar will be on sale on the night and at venues around the city after that.

There may be beer. Could well be cupcakes.
Would love it if you can join me. Thanks for reading and hope to see you Thursday.

Gill x

4 comments:

GillMPhoto said...

Hiya Mark. Many thanks for the mention in your blog post, tremendously generous of you. As for discussing the merits of single geared racers, I can fix you up with Marcus (see top right, blue door, on the invite) if you like?

Mark Page said...

That's a pleasure Gill, and it'll take more than a beard and a few tattoos to make me change my mind on anything!

GillMPhoto said...

Of that I have no doubt; exactly why I stop by so often.

Mark Page said...

How was the opening Gill, did it go well?