Unless you've been living under a rock all summer, you will have heard of UK fashion label Lazy Oaf. Based in East London, Lazy Oaf was established in 2001 by illustrator Gemma Shiel, beginning life as a line of screen printed t-shirts. We LOVE the Lazy Oaf designs and are giving you the chance to win some super cute Lazy Oaf Items!
Renowned worldwide for their bold graphic prints and cartoon inspired menswear, womenswear and accessories, Lazy Oaf's directional vision of street wear always injects an element of the weird. With a penchant for nineties nostalgia, Lazy Oaf has collaborated with some of our favourite childhood heroes, including Batman, Looney Tunes and most recently Garfield the cat. Did we mention that we LOVE Lazy Oaf ? I think so.
We’ve asked our new best friends to put together the perfect bundle of festival ready prizes, guaranteed to keep you looking fresh all Summer. For your chance to win a bundle of Lazy Oaf goodies, either a Bag of Smokes rucksack and one of our Diana Mini Twilight Blue editions or an all day Buffet iPhone 5 Case, plus a pair of Face It Socks. Just submit 10 of your brightest, most colourful photographs. We want to see some stunners!"
To submit, upload your analogue photos in the “Lab” tab of your LomoHome (create one here if you don’t have one already). Then, come back to this competition post. Your photos page should show below where you can tick off the ones you want to submit.
First place: Lazy Oaf Bag of Smokes Rucksack and a Lomography Diana Mini Twilight Blue
Second place: All Day Buffet iPhone 5 Case and a pair of Face It Socks
Third place: 20 piggies
*Film/Camera Type: Any analogue photo not digitally enhanced or manipulated
*Upload Limit: 10 photos per user
*Minimum Photo Dimensions: Submissions must be at least 768px in either width or height.
*Meta data must be completed (camera, film, location, & 3 tags)
written by hannah_brown on 2014-06-13 in #competitions #analogue-photography #instant-photography #lomography-gallery-store #35mm-films #gallery-store #analogue-cameras #city-guides #120-films #camera-reviews #cross-processing