You know you're totally amazed and inspired by the film you've shot with when you make really creative and descriptions about it, like ohlordy did for his awesome black and white album!
While the occult, the surreal, and the eerie have long been subjects of art, literature, and photography, perhaps very few creative minds have explored out-of-body experiences to make their artworks. A Berlin-based artist has created a series of paintings whose concept was based on this bizarre phenomenon. Take a look at them after the jump!
Let's go deep down the rabbit hole and celebrate the birthday of Lewis Caroll, the author of Alice in Wonderland!
Out with the old, in with the new! Well, not really since artist Bill Domonkos borrows from the richness of film photographs and sprinkles a generous amount of amazing gif animation to make them pop out.
For the next party that you're hosting, jazz up your table accents with these DIY glowing Lomo houses!
Moved to a new place and want a nice and quick way to decorate and display photos? All you need is tape!
Who would have thought that it wouldn't be a third party developer but Kodak itself to publish a film app? Find out more about it after jump!
Have you ever tried taking lomographs or instant photos in a supermarket? Not yet? After flipping through an awesome album by our fellow lomographer ccwu, we bet you'd be inspired to try it out! Check out his photos after the jump!
Photographer Hanna Seweryn’s work in this series are simple yet striking.
Now that we have a fresh year ahead of us, we bet all you travel junkies are already busy planning your trips for 2014. To our rescue are some of the world's popular travel magazines and websites which were quick to whip up their recommendations on where to fly, ride, and sail off to this year. First up is the Wanderlust Wonderlist from Lonely Planet!
Add a little more art to your life with this nifty idea for a diorama using a film canister and photographic gels!
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By now, many of us bibliophiles already have a long list of nice books to ask from Santa Claus (a.k.a. friends and family) this Christmas. But, what about asking them to throw in a nice bookmark or two as well?
When he's not creating mixes for his band Ladytron, Reuben Wu experiments with different films and cameras to create stunning dreamscapes out of natural scenery. Read on and learn more about him and his artistic process after the jump.
The Contax T2 is a camera that has made a name for itself by producing stunningly sharp images with brilliant and crisp color. Is it really worth all of the hype though? I think so.
Who knew that aside from being a vital tools for understanding our surroundings and getting around today's increasingly convoluted cities, maps can actually be turned into beautiful portraits? A Welsh artist and illustrator did, and his works are nothing short of impressive!
While most of us won't think twice about consigning those broken, rusty, dilapidated stuff rotting away in our backyards or garages to junk yards, a French sculptor has been making mind-blowing sculptures using bits and pieces from these discarded items.
Canadian photographer Michel Campeau pays homage to analogue photography through his book, “Photographic Darkroom/Photogenic Obsolescence.”
While most of us have to deal with bouts of photographer's block or lack of inspiration, a senior photographer still roams the streets of New York City in search of scenes and stories to capture even as she battles with illness and near-blindness.
In many parts of the West, the cultures and cuisines of the East are all rolled into a district called Chinatown. However, perhaps in a number of countries elsewhere in the world, there are dedicated spots for major Asian countries -- like the quaint compound called Little Tokyo in Metro Manila.