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  • Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo, Sevilla

    Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo, Sevilla
    When visiting Sevilla, there is a place that I think you shouldn't miss. It is not often mentioned in tourist guides, but I found it to be a highlight of the city: The Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo.
  • Lx Factory in Lisbon: From Fabric to Dreams

    Lx Factory in Lisbon: From Fabric to Dreams
    Born in 2008, in place of an old fabric factory (and many other things along the years), Lx Factory just breathes creativity. In this small place there are restaurants, little shops, nice coffee houses, model agencies, dancing and acting studios and so much more! It even has the best place in Lisbon to develop film especially if you have a Lomo camera...and art is everywhere!
  • Shoreham Cement Works Shoot

    Shoreham Cement Works Shoot
    I have never tried an actual modeling shoot and fancied giving it a go. I had also just been introduced to a website called 28 Days Later. This website is for people to post shots of their urban exploring adventures. The idea is to gain access to forgotten sites those that are run down and disused, and take photos. The buildings are like a time capsule of the day they were shut.
  • Turning Up the Heat at the Charcoal Factory

    Turning Up the Heat at the Charcoal Factory
    A burning hot charcoal factory experience that ignited my inspiration for a few snaps. The visit to the factory was awesome, as it opened my eyes to a lot of new things that I didn’t know before.
  • Utrecht Urbex: The Cereol Factory

    Utrecht Urbex: The Cereol Factory
    Looking for an easily accessible urban exploration location? Look no further than Utrecht's Cereol Factory.
  • Washington Street Mills

    Washington Street Mills
    A walk through an allegedly haunted mill building. Once a booming textile mill, the Washington Street Mills is an amazing place for beautiful and spooky shots. In spite of the refurbishments that have already taken place, it's still as creepy as ever.
  • Kodak T-max (35mm, 400 iso) User-Review

    Kodak T-max (35mm, 400 iso) User-Review
    How things will look with an expired film? It was a question in my head, so I decided to share with you all my feelings about it!
  • Sugar House Urban Adventure Spot in Marijampolė

    Sugar House Urban Adventure Spot in Marijampolė
    Every morning from my bedroom window I can see high tower – chimney of sugar house. It was founded in 1931 and was the first industrial object in the region. In Europe Sugar from sugar beetroots people started to get in nineteenth century.
  • Digbeth: Broken but Beautiful

    Digbeth: Broken but Beautiful
    I travel through Digbeth everyday on my way to work; it was the first centre of industry in Birmingham and became one of the most heavily industrialised areas in the town. But now it is all falling apart, most of the factories and warehouses are empty, so this makes a great place to take my Mini Diana on her first trip out!
  • Stephens Palace Royal Glass Factory

    Stephens Palace Royal Glass Factory
    Marinha Grande is also known as the glass capital (90% of the national glass production was made here). Now most of the Factories are closed, but we still produce artwork and decorative glass worldwide.
  • The Charcoal Factory

    The Charcoal Factory
    How charcoal is made? Producing charcoal is a time consuming process. Most of the process is manually done.
  • Old Factory

    Old Factory
    It is illegal - but that's the thrill. Mister Flinky liked being there. He climbed up the stairs and walls and was running around like crazy. Outside you have a kind of new growing forest and Mister Flinky loved the plants.
  • Flashback to the LOMO Factory

    Flashback to the LOMO Factory
    What were you doing in 1999-2000? Where were you? Were you shooting Lomographs already? While in the mood to celebrate the LC-A's legendary birth, let's take a trip down memory lane to where it all began - !
  • The Red Giants/Ex Fiat Steel Production Plant

    The Red Giants/Ex Fiat Steel Production Plant
    The ex Fiat/Teksid steel plate production plants, situated in the northern part of Turin, were definitely closed in 1992 and then partially destroyed. Still standing though are the "red giants", the huge steel columns which were once the structure of the factory.
  • Irshansk Titan Factory

    Irshansk Titan Factory
    With the economic production coming to a little stop due to the crisis we shouldn't forget that now more than ever it will important to Proust real things instead of financial dreams. And to do real things, almost all real things, you will need Titan. A base of almost every industrial product. A resource that is found largely in the Ukraine. I have been to such a mine and factory: Moonwalk reloaded!
  • The Sprinkler Factory

    The Sprinkler Factory
    The Sprinkler Factory is one of the most Lomogenic places in Worcester.
  • Graffiti Fabric

    Graffiti Fabric
    A little while ago, I went to shoot in an abandoned textile factory (see in my other locations)... As it was great fun and gave me really cool pics, I've been looking for other similar places to go with my cameras!
  • Manifattura Moncalieri (Torino)

    Manifattura Moncalieri (Torino)
    I can't remember how many times I passed in front of this abandoned factory with my car, insulting myself for not having a camera with me to take a few shots of this awesome piece of architecture... Till the day I said come on, I have to go there and shoot! So I took my bag with a few cameras and drove to the factory!
  • Museum of Electricity (Lisbon)

    Museum of Electricity (Lisbon)
    Been built in 1914 «the Tejo Power Station is one of Lisbon's architectural landmarks and boasts a façade of undeniable beauty. In its day it was a real pioneer in electricity generation. Today, almost a century since it was built, the power station has again taken on innovative aspects and a prominent position as an Electricity Museum.
  • Brach’s Candy Factory

    Brach’s Candy Factory
    I recently went to the abandoned Brach's Candy Factory, 401 N. Cicero Ave., Chicago, IL. At the time of its closing in 2004, it was the largest candy factory in the world. Although it has only been three years since it closed, its interior condition has quickly deteriorated. The factory is easy to get into the plant via a noticeable break in the fence and is located on Chicago's West Side near the intersection of N. Cicero Ave. and W. Lake Street. You can use Chicago's rapid transit system by taking the Green Line: Lake, getting off at the Cicero station. The station is on the northeast corner of Lake and Cicero and the candy factory is off to the left of the station. You may find homeless people in some of the rooms of the factory. We did, but they just said hello as we walked by.