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  • Comme Il Faut, Tel-Aviv

    Comme Il Faut, Tel-Aviv
    Comme Il Faut is Israel's highest-end independent womenswear chain and was launched in 1988 by two friends, Carol Godin and Sybil Goldfinger. Today the company employs 60 women and 4 men. Bait Banamal - or ‘house in the harbor’ - is a retail, gallery, and culinary space in Tel Aviv, Israel, developed by ‘Comme Il Faut’. Just a few years old, the project includes a cafe, restaurant, and eight different retail shops, including ‘Comme Il Faut’ - all in an architecturally inspired space crafted from wood, metal, and glass.
  • Wanderlust Wonderlist: 5 Destinations for a Novel Travel (Part 3)

    Wanderlust Wonderlist: 5 Destinations for a Novel Travel (Part 3)
    Did any of our recommendations from the previous installments make it to your must-visit list? If you're looking for more literature-inspired locations to fly off to, we're delighted to share another installment with five more destinations for a novel travel!
  • The Land of Deer: Green Island

    The Land of Deer: Green Island
    Once upon a time, three friends embarked on an adventure to one of the most beautiful islands just off of the coast of Taiwan. They encountered many wonderful, mysterious things. This is their story...
  • Shamian Island, Guangzhou: Serenity Amidst Chaos

    Shamian Island, Guangzhou: Serenity Amidst Chaos
    Shamian Island is a beautiful piece of history and calm in the insanely busy Guangzhou.
  • Photographique, Bristol

    Photographique, Bristol
    Photographique opened in early 2008 with the aim of providing photographic laboratory services in a stimulating and inspirational environment. Photographique has always had photography at its heart. The entire team is composed of keen photographers so we are very much a business run by photographers for photographers, offering a stunning range of top quality laboratory services nationally.
  • Mad Hatter, Jersey

    Mad Hatter, Jersey
    With a nod to beach culture and the famous La Rocco Tower (check out the logo), Madhatter’s roots are firmly related to the Island of Jersey. The shop and everything about it is unique in its own right – you’ll notice various photos and artefacts that draw in the heritage of surfing into the shop - a homage to the Wilko’s obsession with surfing and beach culture. With a retro throwback to the interior design and a collection of some of the most influential brands in surfing, Madhatter is here to stay.
  • Plazmalab, Tel-Aviv

    Plazmalab, Tel-Aviv
    Plazmalab is a digital design fashion studio. We create our own unique clothing style and design. It is all originally created, sewn and prototyped in our laboratory. The prints are original artworks made by amazing in-house artists and various international talents. Plazmalab specializes in digital design and futuristic styling. We mix urban and digital culture to thread our own style of high quality clothing that is both comfortable and cutting edge. Every t-shirt print has been crafted in our studio and is an original artwork inspired from the things we love.
  • There's Nothing Like Cala Rajada

    There's Nothing Like Cala Rajada
    Cala Rajada! When we departed Germany, we did not expect a twelve-hour journey. Unnerved and done. But when we finally arrived, the stunning beauty of this small town charmed us. And it will charm everyone who goes there. The city lives. It lives with countless tourist shops, restaurants, kiosks, street art, and an incredible diverse landscape. See for yourself..
  • Rainbow Reykjavík

    Rainbow Reykjavík
    I never did such a planned travel with a travel organisation before – normally I prefer organizing all on my own, so that I can always decide how long to stay at any place. But the program of Pink Iceland seemed really great! And on our last Iceland holidays we hadn't seen that much of the Party Scene in Reykjavík – one reason more to join the group: they planned some really nice evenings for us!
  • Spooky Spots: Manila Metropolitan Theater

    Spooky Spots: Manila Metropolitan Theater
    In the heart of Manila still stands an old, curious-looking structure called the Manila Metropolitan Theater, or simply known to Manileños as MET. Abandoned for nearly two decades, most people have dismissed it as just another rotting relic from the past. However, more than just another spooky spot, the MET is actually a historical and architectural gem waiting -- and hoping -- to be restored to its former glory.
  • Lomography Guide to Prague: Prague in Three Days (Day 2)

    Lomography Guide to Prague: Prague in Three Days (Day 2)
    My dear friend Grazie suggested to me one fantastic and I think very helpful theme for the series: What to see and visit in Prague when you have only three days. This is my suggestion for the second day. I hope it will help and inspire you!
  • Wanderlust Wonderlist: 5 Destinations for a Novel Travel (Part 2)

    Wanderlust Wonderlist: 5 Destinations for a Novel Travel (Part 2)
    Looking for more destinations to add in your must-visit list for bibliophiles? Here's another Wanderlust Wonderlist x The Analogue Reader installment recommending five more spots you can visit for a novel travel!
  • Migo - A Friendly Lab, Santiago, Chile

    Migo - A Friendly Lab, Santiago, Chile
    Migo is a photo lab and store which promotes analogue photography. We offer a flexible and comfortable service for pretty much any development process and print you wish. From 35mm film to Instagram!
  • The Land of Blue Hills: Koktebel, Ukraine

    The Land of Blue Hills: Koktebel, Ukraine
    Koktebel is the small town in the East part of Crimea, Ukraine. Is located near Thedosiya. The original name Köktöbel is of Turkic origin: in Crimean Tatar it means “Land of the Blue Hills.”
  • Alun-Alun Bandung, Indonesia: A Favorite Place for Street Photography

    Alun-Alun Bandung, Indonesia: A Favorite Place for Street Photography
    For everybody who loves to walk around and snap a picture, this is the right place for you!
  • Watering Holes: Tamkoučiri in Celje, Slovenia

    Watering Holes: Tamkoučiri in Celje, Slovenia
    I was just thinking how this summer I've spotted many more tourists in my home town than previous years and since there may be some lomographers among them it would probably be a good idea to point out a couple of tourist attractions in my town. Good bars and pubs should of course be first on this list.
  • Lomography Embassy Store, Santiago

    Lomography Embassy Store, Santiago
    The first Lomography Embassy store in Latin America was opened in 2008. The aim is to show the world of Lomography to the people in Chile, act as a meeting point, make people get to know the colorful world of our cameras, and talk about any question a Lomographer could have.
  • The Color of Nature: Kebun Raya Bogor

    The Color of Nature: Kebun Raya Bogor
    Kebun Raya Bogor aka Bogor Botanical Garden is famous among local tourists and even international tourists. When you enter this park, you got a feeling that you're no longer in Bogor, you're on a place that no words can ever describe!
  • Beyond the Beach at Moro Canyon

    Beyond the Beach at Moro Canyon
    There's more to Crystal Cove State Park than just bikinis and beaches: explore the largest portion dedicated to preserving the chaparral and offering miles of trails for hiking and trail biking.
  • Lomography Day Trips: Amsterdam, Netherlands

    Lomography Day Trips: Amsterdam, Netherlands
    Planning a day of leisurely strolling and sight-seeing around Amsterdam? The capital and most populous city of the Netherlands is home to some of the most scenic cityscapes and cultural attractions in Europe.