a lomoshow featuring photos taken across the spectrum of lomographic cameras from the far corners of the globe. Part proceeds go towards Movember - raising awareness for men's health issues and prostate cancer research. Proudly presented by Pigeonhole - offbeat design... off the beaten track.
Pigeonhole presents its premiere lomoshow in the hidden alleyways of Perth. Launching on 7/11 from 7 to 11, Lomovember features mounted photo submissions from local and international lomographers across the board of lomographic cameras. Prizes and commissions will be given and the event will also seek to raise support for Movember. General exhibition submissions close Oct 19 but moustache photos will be accepted until Nov 1.
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