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Monday 12:00 CET to Tuesday 12:00 CET – Build 5 LomoWalls which represent your love for analogue – Reward: 5 Piggies

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Tuesday 12:00 CET to Wednesday 12:00 CET – Write a blog entry about why you love analogue photography – Reward: 5 Piggies

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Wednesday 12:00 CET to Thursday 12:00 CET – Upload 50 Photos - Reward: 5 Piggies

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Thursday 12:00 CET to Sunday 21:00 CET – Who do you think will win the huge climax to the football fiesta in Brazil? Take a lucky strike and make your guess in our magazine article - Reward: 10 Piggies

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  • In the Shop: Q&A with Bear & Bird

    In the Shop: Q&A with Bear & Bird
    *Amanda Magnetta*, creative whirlwind and owner and operator of *Bear & Bird Gallery* (upstairs in Tate’s Comics) in Lauderhill, Florida knows a thing or two about art, style, and a DIY approach to life. Bear & Bird Gallery hosts awesome art shows, creative craft classes, and of course has a shop full of hand picked, aesthetically conscious goods. The gallery is a place for the community to connect, express, and inspire. We caught up with Lady Magnetta about her life in and out of the gallery, her inspirations, and her two adorable canine companions.
  • Everything you ever wanted to do to film but were afraid to...

    Everything you ever wanted to do to film but were afraid to...
    Film is the medium that makes all our Lomographic ambitions reality. Understandably, for some people it's highly disrespectful to do kinky experiments to such a precious item. So for our next Lab Rats newsletter we are going to investigate the things you would like to do to film, but were too scared to try yourself.
  • Behind the Scenes : Q&A with Brett Brownell (World Wide Moment)

    Behind the Scenes : Q&A with Brett Brownell (World Wide Moment)
    Brett "Benji" Brownell is a 29-year-old filmmaker/photographer based in Chesapeake, Virginia. After film school at USC he spent much of his time making music videos and documentaries about touring bands. Currently he's helping produce a documentary for the band Jack's Mannequin and directing videos for the bands Vedera and Copeland. Along with his friend Jacob Marshall, he started "World Wide Moment", a photography project that aims to gather people around the world for a simultaneous moment of peace. The next WWM will be happening soon, and everyone is encouraged to participate! Read on to get to know more about Benji and the World Wide Moment, and the details on how you can join.