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Lomography Gallery Store London Recap

We came, we partied (hard) and we conquered! The Lomography Gallery Store London is now open to all you blokes of the West End!

London Calling!

We came, we partied (hard) we conquered! The Lomography Gallery Store London is officially open! You’ll find the 9th Gallery Store perfectly positioned on Newburgh Street off the legendary Carnaby Street, in the heart of London’s Soho. The store itself is unique, laid out on three split-levels and decorated with an amazing 15,000 photo London Lomowall. Plus, it’s right opposite a pub… doesn’t get more British than that. Read on to find out how it all went off!

Visit microsite: London Lomography Gallery Store

Open for Business… the recap

The party went a little bit too well, no dramas (apart from drama queens), no violence (aside from some vicious camera flashing), and no drunk people (aside from everyone who was at the party)! The Diana Mini and The Future Is Analogue cakes were devoured in seconds. Les Apaches and Betty Steeles couldn’t have been more perfect on the night. Les Apaches even turned the street into a party with their blend of burlesque enchantment. All the people who couldn’t get in were entertained by them and our Royal Guard carrying a Mr. Pink Diana F+.

Our aim with the Gallery Stores is to set up truly analogue spaces to explore Lomography in its entirety. Each Gallery Store showcases the complete Lomographic product line-up, provides a place to hang out and take part in workshops, exhibitions and other great events. We are already looking forward to Gallery Store openings in Berlin and Rio de Janeiro before the end of the year. Stay tuned!

Visit microsite – Lomography Gallery Stores
Watch Betty Steeles’ performance at the opening
Watch a walkthrough tour of the London Gallery Store

Press:
British Journal of Photography
Huck Magazine
Hotshoe Blog

Events at the London Gallery Store

Workshop: Who Is the LOMO Compakt Automat?
Date: Saturday 3rd October 2009, 2-5pm
Delve into the LOMO LC-A’s deepest secrets! Learn some LOMO LC-A tricks and borrow a loaner camera to try them out. We’ll throw in a free roll of film!
Cost: £5

Workshop: Diana Mini – The New Subject in the School of Lomography.
Date: Saturday 10th October 2009, 2-5pm

The Diana Mini makes going back to school fun! Borrow a Diana Mini and after a few lessons you’ll be top of the half-frame class. Get a free roll of film!
Cost: £5

Workshop: Who Is the LOMO Kompakt Automat?
Date: Tuesday 20th October 2009, 5-7pm
Get acquainted with the whole Diana clan at this family get together. Learn the history behind that plastic façade and a few tips along with it!
Cost: Free!

Fancy a 15% discount?

As believers in the analogue way we want to reward you for keeping the faith. So if you’re in London town between Friday 18th September – Friday 25th September trot down to the London Lomography Gallery Store and whisper in the sales assistant’s ear “the future is analogue, now please may I have a 15% discount”. These tenderly spoken words will magically slice a nice 15% off your purchase.

It all started with a LOMO LC-A+

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What started with a little compact camera called the LOMO LC-A, has grown into a worldwide analogue phenomenon. Now Lomography is celebrating the opening of its 9th Gallery Store in London. As you may know, the LOMO LC-A has been celebrating 25 years in the analogue biz. We’ve had parties, competitions and special edition cameras… and there’s still more fun to be had. Take a look at the LOMO LC-A 25th Anniversary microsite to find out more!

Buy the LOMO LC-A+ | Visit LOMO LC-A+ microsite | Browse gallery

Free London Notebook online offer

To celebrate the opening of the London Gallery Store we are giving away a Lomography London Notebook free with all online orders over 100 EUR/USD.*

Visit microsite: Lomography London Notebook
Visit: the online shop

*Notebook will be added automatically to 100 EUR/USD orders at online checkout from September 18th to September 25th 2009.

written by kazarareta

2 comments

  1. panelomo

    panelomo

    darn, i'll miss london on my trip - maybe next time.

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  2. natalieerachel

    natalieerachel

    I'm going to London in a few months!

    over 3 years ago · report as spam