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  • The Hunt is on @ Lomography Gallery Store London! ended almost 4 years ago

    The Hunt is on @ Lomography Gallery Store London!
    We’re sure you’ve spotted them around the city (even around the world) so now we’re making it official – we want teams of 5 to scope out London town in search of the cool mosaic-tiled SPACE INVADERS. They’re everywhere – on bridges, buildings, and right on our street!
  • Best of Berlin Winners Week 1

    Best of Berlin Winners Week 1
    Our hunt for Berlin's premier Locations is far from over, but we've got the winners for the first week of our Best of Berlin Competition! We're proud to announce the first few victors who will grace our first ever Lomography City Guide Berlin!
  • A Perfect Band For A Perfect World

    A Perfect Band For A Perfect World
    That's right! Meet Faintly, the perfect band in a world of perfection. Or maybe not in the end. As lead singer Ian Ketterer asks, "Am I ruining my own career in music by writing this article?" Find out for yourself and learn to love the beauty in imperfections.
  • LC-A Race Journals: Team Euro 1

    LC-A Race Journals: Team Euro 1
    The Great LOMO LC-A Race was an incredible achievement for Lomography, and we're proud to present the journal scans from Euro Team 1! Full of bright colors and juicy tidbits about the race, these scans are simply a must-see!
  • The Defect as Effect: Toy Cameras in the Digital Age ended over 3 years ago

    The Defect as Effect: Toy Cameras in the Digital Age
    This exhibition began with a journey devoted to the exploration of toy cameras: a journey that attempted to connect to the sense of loss experienced by many photographers, who had been accustomed to thinking of film negatives as their work material, of the photography lab as their studio, and of the aperture adjuster and shutter speed as assistants.