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  • Twosday Tuesday: Cat Nose Up Close

    Twosday Tuesday: Cat Nose Up Close
    Do you believe that great minds think alike? Do you think two is better than one? Explore the community for twin Lomographs that will inspire you to see double and find the pair photo that serendipitously resembles yours. This week, we've got a duo of felines and Fisheyes.
  • Lomography Fisheye Baby 110: The Forever Baby

    Lomography Fisheye Baby 110: The Forever Baby
    This camera is the baby of the Fisheye and it's the baby that never grows up!
  • Lomography UK Top 5 Events of the Year! Number 4

    Lomography UK Top 5 Events of the Year! Number 4
    2012 has been quite an eventful year for Lomography UK. There have been parties, launches, exhibitions, cocktails and laughter. Now we are about to start a brand new year where the fun starts all over again. So we've collected the most memorable and eventful moments of the past 12 months in our Lomography UK Top 5 Events of the Year! See if you can guess what came in at number 1?
  • Spotted: Fisheye Baby 110 Bauhaus in Stuff UK

    Spotted: Fisheye Baby 110 Bauhaus in Stuff UK
    Check out Stuff UK's November 2012 issue where "Super Geek" Simon Osborne-Walker says why need to be into film photography. He lists some awesome cameras like a TLR, SLR, and our very own Fisheye Baby 110 Bauhaus!
  • Bringing Down the Bauhaus with megzeazez!

    Bringing Down the Bauhaus with megzeazez!
    DJ Megz is back again to honor an album, an art, and an awesome new analogue treat. Read ahead to inspire your everyday shooting and add a little life perspective with some serious jams!
  • A New Branch on the Family Tree  

    A New Branch on the Family Tree  
    You all know the Fisheye Baby 110 Basic, the Fisheye Baby 110 Metal and the Fisheye Baby Bauhaus. But the crowd is getting bigger with the addition of another cute 110 camera! Read on to find out what the latest addition to the 110 camera collection looks like!
  • Bauhaus: Art as Life

    Bauhaus: Art as Life
    London is the place to be if you're a Bauhaus fan. It is hosting the largest Bauhaus exhibition in the UK in over 40 years! Don't miss out!
  • The Bauhaus Cities Trilogy

    The Bauhaus Cities Trilogy
    The famous Bauhaus art school had a short history, but it is what made art what it is today. The school itself existed in three German cities under three different directors.
  • Little Bauhaus in Big Hong Kong

    Little Bauhaus in Big Hong Kong
    Little Bauhaus in Big Hong Kong! Yes, Bauhaus made it to this spot - albeit a hot-spot - in the South Pacific! There are only 2 existing buildings from the 1930s, from the original time of the Bauhaus, that are left in the city where skyscrapers engulf most old-buildings in their paths.
  • Go Wow Over The Fisheye Baby Bauhaus

    Go Wow Over The Fisheye Baby Bauhaus
    It may be super tiny, but this baby won't go unnoticed! With an eye-popping palette of red, yellow, and blue, the Fisheye Baby Bauhaus will delight you not only with its flashy looks, but with the amazing photos that it can produce!
  • The Bauhaus Wheel Diagram

    The Bauhaus Wheel Diagram
    A curriculum in the form of a wheel-like diagram. You wouldn't be surprised if it was made by Gropius for the Bauhaus curriculum. This is exactly what inspired us to create the Fisheye Baby 110 Bauhaus edition!
  • László Moholy-Nagy and The New Bauhaus

    László Moholy-Nagy and The New Bauhaus
    After the shutdown of the Bauhaus art school in Berlin, László Moholy-Nagy a Bauhaus teacher (1923–1928) founded the New Bauhaus across the sea in Chicago, U.S.A. And the Bauhaus concept lives on!
  • Bauhaus: The School of Building

    Bauhaus: The School of Building
    You know what the Fisheye Baby 110 Bauhaus edition is, but how many of you know what Bauhaus is? If you're into art, then you should be quite familiar with this term, but for those of you who are clueless but curious, here's a short history of the Bauhaus and its movement
  • Bauhaus in Art and Typography

    Bauhaus in Art and Typography
    As Walter Gropius said, Gropius himself said, "The Bauhaus does not pretend to be a crafts school; contact with industry is consciously sought...the old craft workshops will develop into industrial laboratories: from their experimentation will evolve standards for industrial production...The teaching of a craft is meant to prepare for designing for mass production."
  • A Bauhaus Photographer Dies

    A Bauhaus Photographer Dies
    Modernists will agree that anything – or anyone – that had to do with the Bauhaus is commemorable. And so we do this today, with the recent death of Bauhaus painter and photographer T. Lux Feininger.
  • Bauhaus in Dessau

    Bauhaus in Dessau
    Dessau represents one part of the history of the Bauhaus art besides Weimar and Berlin. There are still a lot of buildings designed and built by famous artists, such as Walter Gropius. The Bauhaus Building (the one with the Bauhaus letters on it) is probably the most known Bauhaus construction.