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Lomography Gallery Shop Opening Party – the Analogue recap

While some of the world was sleeping, Lomography USA was having the craziest party of the year. The new Lomography Gallery Store was filled to the brim with amazing Lomographers all there to celebrate the analogue revolution that has begun in New York’s historic Greenwich Village.

While some of the world was sleeping, Lomography USA was having the craziest party of the year. The new Lomography Gallery Store was filled to the brim with amazing Lomographers all there to celebrate the analogue revolution that has begun in New York’s historic Greenwich Village . Lines of visitors waited outside, while hordes of analogue freaks sampled our fantastic plastics, even getting a hands-on look at the newest member of the Diana Clone Family, Mr. Pink . After heading underground to get an eye-popping look at our phenomenal 35,000 lomograph “lomo tower” (and a cold Gösser!) the crowd-surfing Lomographers were treated to snacks and a mind-blowing performance by Albuquerque’s very own surrogate Eastern Europeans, A Hawk and a Hacksaw . Assisting in the amazing analogue photo taking duties, were our very own past Lomo Amigos , Keren Fedida, Gavin Thomas , Dave Ortiz and (New York party staple) Nicky Digital . Celebrities, bloggers, and our infamous Lomographic community really came out in force! While you may have missed the party, you can still get in on all the Lomo-lovin’ action at the newest addition to the Lomography Store family, the New York Lomography Gallery Store, located at 41 W 8th Street, New York, NY 10011.

Join us for our upcoming events and check out this gallery of photos snapped by our friends and “amigos.”

written by alexandrak

2 comments

  1. callumbum

    callumbum

    looks like a blast, i hope you open an embassy in England soon

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  2. fotoglove

    fotoglove

    good times :)

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