Videos of the LC-As 25th Birthday Party Celebrations in Tokyo

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We started a new era in the history of LOMO LC-A -LOMO LC-A celebration parties which were held at Lomography Gallery Stores all over the world. The series of parties started from Tokyo where over 500 people joined to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of LOMO LC-A!

We started a new era in the history of LOMO LC-A -LOMO LC-A celebration parties which were held at Lomography Gallery Stores all over the world. The series of parties started from Tokyo where over 500 people joined to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of LOMO LC-A!

The Gallery Store was filled with excitement and got really HOT inside! We can say for sure that the store was the HOTTEST spot in Tokyo tonight!

Of course we celebrated this special day with a LOMO LC-A+ shaped birthday cake!!! We had a cracking great night here in Tokyo! Let’s enjoy Lomography for the next quarter century!

written by somapic on 2009-06-20 in #events #tokyo #lca #party #lca-anniversary #lomography-gallery-store #anniversary

2 Comments

  1. wil6ka
    wil6ka ·

    domo arigato gozaimasu!

  2. fookshit
    fookshit ·

    off topic: ooooh Karen O.!

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