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  • LomoGuru of the Week: Kylethefrench

    written by fookshit on 2011-11-11 in #lifestyle
    LomoGuru of the Week: Kylethefrench

    What we have here today is someone whose mad ingenuity is evidently shown in his shots and never fails to affect us all so greatly we’re just left speechless by them! So what else he’s up to these days? In case you’re wondering, we managed to catch up with the man himself Kylethefrench to share with us bits of his blessed analogue life and future endeavors!

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  • Mugshots of Musicians Part 1

    written by nyebe on 2011-11-11 in #lifestyle
    Mugshots of Musicians Part 1

    At some point in their lives, some of our favorite musicians got arrested for various reasons. Here are their analogue mugshots. Some of which were taken even before their rise to fame. Read more...

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  • LomoKino Director Interview : Arnaud Martin

    written by fredericdith on 2011-11-11 in #lifestyle
    LomoKino Director Interview : Arnaud Martin

    We met Arnaud Martin at the Cannes Film Festival and as a young and promising director, we put a LomoKino in his hands to see what he would come with. We're sure that you'll be as surprised and amazed as we were when we first saw his movies on the launch day of the LomoKino...

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  • On Celluloid Film: Steven Spielberg

    written by jeanmendoza on 2011-11-11 in #lifestyle
    On Celluloid Film: Steven Spielberg

    World renowned director Steven Spielberg talks about his thoughts on celluloid film and how it affects his art of movie-making.

  • Frankenstein in 12 Minutes (1910)

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2011-11-11 in #lifestyle
    Frankenstein in 12 Minutes (1910)

    In celebration of the LomoKino, Lomography's first and very own analogue movie camera, it's time for us to look back at another early motion picture! Join us as we revisit one of classic literature's most horrifying tales, told in a 1910 silent film running roughly 12 minutes!

  • PYHOF: Tunnelvision by Here We Go Magic

    written by shhquiet on 2011-11-11 in #lifestyle
    PYHOF: Tunnelvision by Here We Go Magic

    Here We Go Magic is a New York-based band whose music is a hazy mix of lo-fi noise, electronic beats, and folk influences. Make sure to watch their music video in high quality - it was made with Super 8 film!

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  • LomoKino Presents: Cherish the Seaside

    written by soundfoodaround on 2011-11-11 in #lifestyle
    LomoKino Presents: Cherish the Seaside

    When you think 'coastal' do you think deary, cold, too still for your liking? Or do you jump for joy, strap your picnic supplies to the roof of your car and zoom off when good weather and an empty schedule permits?

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  • Sepulchral: A Journey in the Necropolis by Ellen Rogers: Ideas

    written by ellenrogers on 2011-11-10 in #lifestyle
    Sepulchral: A Journey in the Necropolis by Ellen Rogers: Ideas

    "But the truth is everyone battles the war of ideas, however it’s easier if you immerse yourself in a world you have built and understand. You need not look too far for inspiration this way, you own this world, this in my case, is the ‘Aberrant Necropolis,’" according to our ever-lovely muse, Ellen Rogers. Get stunned by her photographs once again after the break.

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  • I Do Haiku You #7: The Busker's Blues

    written by basterda on 2011-11-10 in #lifestyle
    I Do Haiku You #7: The Busker's Blues

    Sean Lotman is interested in the narrative potential of photography. In an ongoing project called I Do Haiku You, he composes haiku and senryu poetry to companion images taken with a Diana F+.

  • Meet the Lomography Brazil Team! Part 1: Rio de Janeiro

    written by lgs_rio on 2011-11-10 in #lifestyle
    Meet the Lomography Brazil Team! Part 1: Rio de Janeiro

    Ladies and Gentleman, boys and girls, we would like to introduce to you, the people forming the team of Lomography Brazil. To start, let's make a quick visit to the Marvelous City of Rio de Janeiro.

  • The Magic of Early Cinema – Un Homme de Têtes (1898)

    written by tomas_bates on 2011-11-10 in #lifestyle
    The Magic of Early Cinema – Un Homme de Têtes (1898)

    ‘Un Homme de Têtes’ (also known as ‘The Four Troublesome Heads’ or ‘Four heads are better than one’) is film directed by and starring perhaps the greatest experimenter of early cinema, Georges Méliès. In this ingenious little film, Méliès removes his head (multiple times) and plays a banjo – It’s really all in a day’s work for a true conjurer of cinematic magic!

  • Portraits of Infamy: Robert Stroud's Mug Shots

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2011-11-10 in #lifestyle
    Portraits of Infamy: Robert Stroud's Mug Shots

    Since its invention in the early 19th century, the mug shot has become more than a photographic record of delinquents and law breakers. Often, it gives a face to some of the most heinous crimes ever committed by man. In this series, you will meet some of the most notorious gangsters and hardened criminals in history, and take a look at their portraits of infamy. Let's start with famous Alcatraz inmate, Robert "Birdman" Stroud.

  • West Side Rendezvous by Katsu Naito

    written by webo29 on 2011-11-10 in #lifestyle
    West Side Rendezvous by Katsu Naito

    Last July, east London concept store LN-CC, celebrated the launch of Katsu Naito’s book West Side Rendezvous by hosting an exhibition of 23 shots selected from it. The subject? Transexual and transvestite streetwalkers of New York.

  • LomoKino Presents: Leading Ladies

    written by soundfoodaround on 2011-11-10 in #lifestyle
    LomoKino Presents: Leading Ladies

    As if they were born to play the roles in the following selection of shorts, these leading ladies show us how much expression the LomoKino lens can capture as well as how much it rings through in the films when developed! So let your starlet selves shine through on the silver screen!

  • Clever Collages by Jonathan Talbot

    written by andredimu on 2011-11-10 in #lifestyle
    Clever Collages by Jonathan Talbot

    Social, philosophical, psychological, spiritual, historical, and personal energy. All these elements contribute to the power of the works of Jonathan Talbot, an American collage artist, painter, and printmaker. One can find great depth in his collages or simple enjoy them for pure aesthetics. Talbot manages to create a balance between emotional charge and societal analysis.

  • The Long Haul To Search For Signs

    written by thelonghaulproject on 2011-11-09 in #lifestyle
    The Long Haul To Search For Signs

    We believe in signs. You pass a million signs each day. They boss you around and tell you what you can and can't do. STOP! DON'T WALK! NO TRESPASSING! EXIT HERE! USE CAUTION! And my recent favorite, from right in the middle of noisy, chaotic New York City: DON'T HONK!

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  • Charting a Creative Dynasty: Adam Schokora

    written by tindabs on 2011-11-09 in #lifestyle
    Charting a Creative Dynasty: Adam Schokora

    Meet Adam Schokora, mastermind behind the growing creative empire in China called NeochaEdge. He’s dealt with all sorts of art—not a light feat, must I add, considering he’s doing it in the world’s most populous capital. But while juggling his business and creative acumen, he enjoys the simplest analog pleasures such as eating donuts and taking analog photos with friends.

  • 5 Questions on Analogue Photography with Maren Michaelis

    written by zonderbar on 2011-11-09 in #lifestyle
    5 Questions on Analogue Photography with Maren Michaelis

    In our ongoing series "5 Questions on Analogue Photography with…" we send out the same set of questions to photographers. This time Maren Michaelis - fashion designer, photographer and art director - answered these questions and prepared a very fascinating burlesque photo gallery for us.

  • Midweek Movies: Big Boy

    written by shhquiet on 2011-11-09 in #lifestyle
    Midweek Movies: Big Boy

    Shout-out to Lomographers in the Philippines - if you're not doing anything this weekend, drop by Shang Cineplex Premiere Theater and check out BIG BOY - a coming-of-age film shot on Super 8.

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  • Georges Melies and His 'Trip to the Moon'

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2011-11-09 in #lifestyle
    Georges Melies and His 'Trip to the Moon'

    Long before man was able to step on the moon, cinematography pioneer Georges Melies was able to create the first ever science fiction flick set on the moon! Read about the movie and the brilliant filmmaker behind it after the jump!

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  • Clever Collages by Agnes Montgomery

    written by jeanmendoza on 2011-11-09 in #lifestyle
    Clever Collages by Agnes Montgomery

    Agnes Montgomery is an artist who makes one-of-a-kind collages made out of found paper. View her wonderful works of art after the break.

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  • Lou Reed Wearing a Lou Reed Shirt

    written by recurving on 2011-11-09 in #lifestyle
    Lou Reed Wearing a Lou Reed Shirt

    This photo of Lou Reed wearing – yes – a Lou Reed shirt was taken by Sheri Lynn Behr in 1974.

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  • Stop-Motion Animation: Fantastic Mr. Fox

    written by jeanmendoza on 2011-11-09 in #lifestyle
    Stop-Motion Animation: Fantastic Mr. Fox

    In this second installment for the series 'Stop-Motion Animation', we'll take a look at Fantastic Mr. Fox, a stop-motion animation film based on the children's novel by British author, Roald Dahl.

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  • Searching for Twin Photos

    written by deprofundis on 2011-11-09 in #lifestyle
    Searching for Twin Photos

    I have been compiling photos of another lomography users that are twins of mine. I love spending time visiting homes around the world on Lomography and when I find a scene that looks familiar to me, I look for the same scene in my home and then I compare both of them. 

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  • By the Decade: 1930's Mugshots

    written by jeanmendoza on 2011-11-09 in #lifestyle
    By the Decade: 1930's Mugshots

    Mugshots of criminals were taken as early as the 1870's. Its purpose is for the authorities to have a record of the offender so that victims can easily identify them. Typically, mugshots have two parts -- one front-view and one side-view of the person. In the second installment of this series, we'll take a look at some mugshots from the 1930's.

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  • New York (60´s and 70´s) by James Jowers

    written by jesushp on 2011-11-09 in #lifestyle
    New York (60´s and 70´s) by James Jowers

    The photography collection at George Eastman House holds approximately 400 James Jowers prints. The majority of the images were shot in New York City in the 1960s and early 1970s, an important and interesting time in US history. Know more about him and his job.

  • LomoKino Presents: Pitter-Patter

    written by soundfoodaround on 2011-11-09 in #lifestyle
    LomoKino Presents: Pitter-Patter

    The pitter-patter of soft treading feet - could be from your feline friend, lover, child - is calming and with the peace of mind that comes from observing love in action, you'll notice your own heart rhythmically going pit-a-pat along to the LomoKino's crank!

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  • From Famous to Infamous: Jane Fonda's Mug Shot

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2011-11-08 in #lifestyle
    From Famous to Infamous: Jane Fonda's Mug Shot

    We see their faces in movies, TV shows, and magazines, but there is at least one photo some Hollywood celebrities would rather not show to the world. In this new series, let us revisit some mug shots that turned well-known celebrities into figures of controversy. Let's start with Jane Fonda.

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  • Jennson and His Weapon of Choice, the LC-A+

    written by fookshit on 2011-11-08 in #lifestyle
    Jennson and His Weapon of Choice, the LC-A+

    It is small, fast and robust – enough to keep you company on every place you go and whatever the lighting conditions you could be in. All these you can get with this lovely analogue gem and Jensson here have plenty of reasons why he chose this as his weapon!

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  • Newcomer of the Week: Pikachumastah

    written by fookshit on 2011-11-08 in #lifestyle
    Newcomer of the Week: Pikachumastah

    This time, we have here another new-shooter on the Lomo block that grabbed our attention as of late with her carefree outlook in regards of the way she uses her Diana camera and how she gets by with her very young analogue life!