Nuclear weapons really aren't the way to go, and our friends from South Korea as well as actress Kate Hudson collaborate with our latest LOMO LC-A+ Edition with a special message!
As part of our LOMO LC-A 25th Anniversary celebrations we are bringing you special editions from across the world. This limited edition LOMO LC-A+ was designed by the Lomography Embassy in South Korea as a protest against the proliferation of nuclear weapons.
The LOMO LC-A+ “No Nukes” Highlights!
What can you expect from the “No Nukes” camera? Shadowy vignettes, intense colours and overall lo-fi appeal – plus a lot more…
- Same classic, LOMO LC-A+ compact camera, but the specially designed leather body radiates with individuality!
- Couple that with the “No Nukes” commemorative wooden box and you’ve got yourself a one-time only collectors’ item!
- Expect all the usual LOMO LC-A+ features including: the legendary Minitar 1 lens, multi-exposure switch and multiple accessory capabilities!
- Presented in a commemorative wooden box, with unique Korean lettering and “No Nukes” symbol.
Interview: Find Out More About the Issues
Read our interview with anti-nuclear and anti-war campaigner Kate Hudson, the Chair of the peace organisation Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND).
If certain countries need [nuclear weapons] for security the logical conclusion is that every country needs them. That’s nonsense because if everyone has them, then somewhere along the line they will eventually use them.
- Kate Hudson, CND.