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  • Guy in a Suit on a Skateboard

    Guy in a Suit on a Skateboard

    Just a badass photo of a guy in a suit on a skateboard. It was taken by LIFE staff photographer Bill Eppridge in New York in the 1960's.

  • Secondhand Love Affair: My Home

    Secondhand Love Affair: My Home

    I love secondhand stuff. My wardrobe contains mostly of clothes bought in flea market or in charity shops. I created my home in the same way. Almost everything in my flat isn't new. I like things with history and mystery.

  • Australian Street Art

    Australian Street Art

    From humanizing comic book superheros, to beautifying trash piles, Australian street artist Fintan Magee has done it all. A chameleon, when it comes to themes and chosen surfaces to paint on, Magee often mixes different themes together to make pedestrians contemplate the individual issues separately as well as, as a whole.

  • Secondhand Love Affair: Double Love Affair with Olympus

    Secondhand Love Affair: Double Love Affair with Olympus

    It isn't easy to find a secondhand camera for sale in Reykjavik. I got lucky twice. Both times in local flea market. I proudly present you my two lovers: experienced Olympus OM-10 and handsome Olympus LT-1.

  • The Lomography Guide To The Zodiac

    The Lomography Guide To The Zodiac

    They say that the positioning of the celestial bodies can affect personality traits of individuals – that’s the science of astrology. And for every astrological sign, there’s a perfect Lomography item for you! Check out our analogue zodiac chart below.

  • Secondhand Love Affair: The Photo I Fell in Love With

    Secondhand Love Affair: The Photo I Fell in Love With

    This is the story of a vintage photo of London I found in a pile of papers in a suitcase at boot fair on 29th of January just this year.

  • Plastic Fantastic: Barbie Goes Classic

    Plastic Fantastic: Barbie Goes Classic

    Recreating famous masterpieces of art are a becoming a trend nowadays. In this feature, Barbie is incorporated into history's most iconic works. Take a look at our plastic-fantastic muse's versatility after the stop.

  • Five of the Best – LomoKino Smart Phone Holder Movies

    Five of the Best – LomoKino Smart Phone Holder Movies

    Hot off the press, here are 5 of our favorite movies shot with the LomoKino Smart Phone Holder so far – Take a leap into the world of analogue movies after the jump!

  • Rebuilding Memories With Photohoku

    Rebuilding Memories With Photohoku

    If you could only take one treasure with you to save from an incoming disaster, what would it be? This was the question raised and answered by the founders of Photohoku, a project which aims to help people rebuild their memories with photos and family albums after the tragic Tohoku Earthquake of 2011.

  • Michael Caine Lifting Natalie Wood With One Hand and Holding a Cigarette in the Other

    Michael Caine Lifting Natalie Wood With One Hand and Holding a Cigarette in the Other

    This photo taken by Bill Ray in 1966 shows Michael Caine lifting Natalie Wood with one hand and holding a cigarette in the other. Fun fact: if you say "my cocaine" out loud, you sound like you are saying "Michael Caine" in his own voice.

  • Lana Del Rey and Her Analogue Love

    Lana Del Rey and Her Analogue Love

    Lana Del Rey, born in 1986 in New York City, is one of the most inspiring artists in the baroque pop scene. Del Rey released her first album entitled “Kill Kill” in 2010, and soon she will released her second album called “Born to Die.” Lana is a real analogue lover, as you can see in her music videos.

  • Sagaki Keita: Doodling Classical Art

    Sagaki Keita: Doodling Classical Art

    It’s hard to imagine how much time Japanese artist Sagaki Keita spends on creating his doodles of Greek sculptures and other works of art. Upon careful inspection, you might notice something different from his work.

  • Lessons from Photography Masters: Henri Cartier-Bresson

    Lessons from Photography Masters: Henri Cartier-Bresson

    Previously, we brought you some lessons from photography masters Ansel Adams and Robert Capa. This month, it's all about the words of wisdom from respected street photographer and photojournalist Henri Cartier-Bresson.

  • Amazing 3D Goldfish Paintings of Riusuke Fukahori

    Amazing 3D Goldfish Paintings of Riusuke Fukahori

    No, I bet this isn't anything like the three-dimensional paintings or chalk art that you've seen before. What Japanese artist Riusuke Fukahori makes looks so lifelike, it won't only beguile your eyes, but maybe even trick you into finding out if it will move at the slightest touch.

  • An Analogue Year in Review

    An Analogue Year in Review

    The year 2011 has been a very significant one for my personal life; a few lows, and a lot of highs. My analogue life has been extremely eventful as well. As the year closes, it’s nice to reflect on the analogue year that was.

  • Vintage Snapshots of Times Square and the New Year's Eve Ball

    Vintage Snapshots of Times Square and the New Year's Eve Ball

    No, it's not about a fancy dinner-dance or a masquerade party for New Year's Eve. We're talking about the centuries-old tradition held in New York's Times Square at the turn of a fresh, new year.

  • Iconic Photographs Recreated Using LEGO Pieces

    Iconic Photographs Recreated Using LEGO Pieces

    Many of us are already familiar with some of the world's most iconic photographs. But, how do they look like when recreated using a different medium? Let's take a second look at these popular photographs interestingly rendered using LEGO pieces!

  • New Year's Eve Celebrations of the 1950's and 1960's

    New Year's Eve Celebrations of the 1950's and 1960's

    We'll bid farewell to this year in a few days' time, so I bet many of us are busy preparing for New Year's Eve celebrations! If you're planning to hold a retro-themed celebration or simply curious about how people partied the last hours of the year away, we bring you some snapshots from the 1950's and 1960's!

  • Just Look at this LC-A Gone Green!

    Just Look at this LC-A Gone Green!

    Oh my! What have were here? Can you see this black beauty through the green and brown? If not, we'll help you identify the camera, in much need of a makeover. Though, we have to say, this moldy look is 'growing' on us.

  • The Best Alternative Movie Posters!

    The Best Alternative Movie Posters!

    You know these films, but the movie posters presented here are likely ones that you have never seen plastered on the sides of buildings or framed in cinema houses! They aren't conventional, but are special and even have their own 'school' in the world of art!