Hold on tight because yet another analogue revolution is happening. Forty years after 110 format film was originally introduced in 1972, Lomography Orca is now the first 110 film to be produced since 2009. Yes! Lomography is single-handedly bringing this format back in circulation! So let us introduce you to the brand new, 100 ISO, crispy black & white Lomography Orca.
We are getting very close to having 15 million photo likes on Lomography and want you to help us reach the grand target. We’ll be giving away prizes for all kinds of milestones on the journey – there will be giveaways for our top photo likers, tantalizing prizes for those people who receive the most likes and all kinds of other rewards along the way too.
Illustration Around the World is a project by Pablo Ientile about traveling, drawing, and meeting artists in Asia from 15 September 2011 to 17 March 2012. I first saw his works during a flight from Delhi to Kuala Lumpur in Air Asia's Travel 3Sixty Magazine. I guess Pablo is living his dream!
Kodak suggests using its Gold 200 film up to two hours after sunrise and two hours before sunset. But I advise you to use it between dusk and dawn.
Two thousand four hundred and thirty meters above sea level, the Incas built this amazing city made entirely of huge rocks, cut out so perfectly that not even a human hair could pass through them. But why? Why all this effort? Just to show the world they could do it?
Can you envision a sculpture make entirely out of toothpicks and matchsticks? Would the red tips, with which you strike for a reaction that brings about fire, hinder or help you? The artistic mind behind the following, 'stag'gering, creations knows exactly how, and is a true visionary!