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  • A Party Perspective: LC-Wide at Lomography Gallery Store East London

    A Party Perspective: LC-Wide at Lomography Gallery Store East London
    When Lomo Gallery East London Store manager ibizahippy told me there was going to be free drinks going down at The Mystery Product Launch Party I was hardly going to pass up that kind of opportunity, the dishevelled, weak-willed, vagrant that I am. The surprise she had “in store” for me, however, if you’ll excuse the pun, was the icing on my hobo cake.
  • More Than Your Average Greasy Spoon: The Premises

    More Than Your Average Greasy Spoon: The Premises
    As Willyboy’s notoriety among the Lomography community grows to rival that of Mephisto himself, it’s only right that he reveal those London dining spots that help fuel his superhuman lifestyle. This time he turns his attention to Hackney hipster café The Premises, where mortal peasants come to feast at weekends and tremble in his wake.
  • LomoPeople: Svala

    LomoPeople: Svala
    It was one day in August that fate would play an unexpected turn. She came out of nowhere bedecked in a bowler hat and full of enthusiasm for her newly adopted city of London. She changed everything. She taught me about a whole range of new and delicious things that life had to offer. One of them, Lomography, really stuck. The other: Communism, unexpectedly grew.
  • Carnival Of The Grotesque: LCG London Guide

    Carnival Of The Grotesque: LCG London Guide
    I like myself a good bit of human anatomy. My friends might say I have an insatiable hunger for flesh even. I prefer to call it a perversion. So, now that you know, I bet you’re wondering: “just where does Willyboy go to scratch this puerile itch?” Well my lomographic friends, read on and all shall be revealed.
  • London's Speakers Corner

    London's Speakers Corner
    Lomography: the art of expression, freedom and liberalism. Where better to counteract this photographic medium than at London's Speakers Corner - a bastion of British free public speech and assembly?
  • London Street Photography

    London Street Photography
    Vivian Maier. Andre Kertesz. Henri Cartier Bresson. Every Lomographer here is probably no stranger to these greats. What ties them together? Lucid, transformative photos, documenting the everyday, the mundane and the rare moments of beauty that the worlds streets consistently cast. Best of all? All of these are analogue kings, proponents of Lomography long before it even existed.
  • Angelheaded Hipsters: The Photographic Genius of Allen Ginsberg

    Angelheaded Hipsters: The Photographic Genius of Allen Ginsberg
    You most probably know him from his infamous poem Howl, but Allen Ginsberg was also a great analogue photographer. A new London exhibition of his work takes us back to this timeless period of the beats and into the private life of this great American poet.