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La Sardina DIY customisation workshop @ Who's Next fashion show in Paris

During the latest edition of the Who's Next fashion show in Paris, you could come on our booth to attend a special workshop, where you were given the chance to customisz a La Sardina camera, with the help of several artists, using different techniques. Read this article to see the designs that were made during these four days !

We gave a little sneak at ou La Sardina DIY edition during the Who’s Next fashion show, through customisation workshops. Twice a day, these workshops have been held on our booth, where everything was prepared for the visitors to customise their Sardina cameras. We would like to thank the four artists who helped us with their inspirations and their time :

Vanessa De Abreu held a workshop where she used plastic wires (called scoubidous in french) and paper
Le Quartier Général made a strong impression with their drawings on duct tape
Cococerise showed us how to cover La Sardina DIY with leather
Thia One, a famous graffiti artist, has been using paint spays all over our new little camera

During these four days, more than 50 people came on our booth to customise their very own La Sardina DIY editon ! If you want to check all the design that have been made, you should check the Who’s Next 2012 Lomohome where we posted all the pictures of the workshops, alongside all the pictures of the customised DIY La Sardina !

Here’s a quick selection of nice pictures taken on our booth :

Click here to see all the pictures taken during the workshops

Click here to see all the designs made during the
workshops

Again, we’d like to thank all the artists that helped us on the workshops, as well as all the visitors. We really hope that you’ve had a good time customising your cameras !

With the new La Sardina DIY Edition you can have it all your own way! Put your artistic talent to good use and decorate it any way you want. Thanks to the interchangeable panels and special ink permeable material, letting your imagination loose on the La Sardina DIY couldn’t be more fun!

written by fredericdith and translated by fredericdith

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