I stumbled upon Pineapple Dance Studios quite by accident when I was taking a shortcut in Covent Garden. I was vaguely familiar with it from seeing ads for the reality TV show. While I am absolutely terrified of the thought of taking a class myself, I often cut down Langley Street and the energy of the classes usually impels me to stop for a moment and watch through the conveniently placed street window (I also loved the Banksy/Banksy-like stencil next to the window). Before you think this is strange…I’ve seen very large groups of people standing there watching the classes. Few seem able to resist stopping and watching for a while… even me and my sheer horror of dance classes!
Are you looking for a panoramic escape? Hit the streets with the Horizon Camera! Get into the heart of the city. Immerse yourself in the hustle and bustle of the metropolis. Capture the urban dwellers as they sprint through the day; catch the nocturnal wanderers as they dance into the night.
Acidulated and saturated colors, perspective and geometric effects, and retrofuturistic vision make up the hallucinating world of London-based design studio La Boca. Its creative director, Scot Bendall, is a Lomographer. He accepted the challenge to play around with and customize a La Sardina DIY. See his La Sardina creation and illustrations after the jump.
We asked some of New York’s hottest designers to lend their talent in designing some of our La Sardina DIY cameras, and we are very excited to share with you the work of Olivia and Alicia of MGMT Design. MGMT Design is a graphic design studio based in Brooklyn. The studio handles quirky data visualization projects from different methods of time travel and how to kill a wild pig.