Yes I'm Analog (as Part of Super Crawl)

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Shot entirely on 35mm and 120 film using LOMO, Holga and other film cameras. A celebration of double exposures, film swaps, cross processing and all things ANALOG!

Hamilton, Ontario has had a thriving art scene for years. Hundreds of people of all ages have been hitting the streets to see local and international artist featured the second Friday of every month.

October was picked to kick off the biggest Art Crawl yet. Super Crawl. Luis Mora and Trevor Ydreos are contributing

written by swoononeone on 2009-10-21 in #events #analog #holga #film #lomo #pop-9 #free #hamilton

3 Comments

  1. stouf
    stouf ·

    Mmm to bad I won't be close...

  2. lomosexual_manboy
    lomosexual_manboy ·

    This sounds fantastic. Wish I could go. Best of luck.

  3. fancholland2
    fancholland2 ·

    Sounds cool, have a great show!

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