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  • Lomography Blue Hour Sessions at Lomography Gallery Store Singapore ends in 11 days

    Lomography Blue Hour Sessions at Lomography Gallery Store Singapore
    Lomography Gallery Store Singapore presents the Blue Hour Sessions, a 6-part series featuring collaborations with a roster of local bands and graphic artists to press special edition, limited release EPs with live and unplugged recordings, culminating in a series of monthly Blue Hour gigs and exhibitions!
  • Backstage Portraits: Malaysian Artists

    Backstage Portraits: Malaysian Artists
    Previously named Budaya Maju Cultural Troupe established as a non profit cultural group to preserve and promote traditional dance, music and indigenous craft, the Persatuan Seni Budaya Sabah (PSBS), otherwise known as the Cultural and Performing Arts Association, Sabah, was established and registered in 1990.
  • Solo Photowalk Routes: Street Artists in Milan

    Solo Photowalk Routes: Street Artists in Milan
    Although spring is late in coming, I have not renounced my walks in search of photographic subjects. In this case, in a long walk from Porta Venezia to Piazza Duomo in Milan, I dedicated my time to capture some nice street artists. Just watch!
  • LomoAmigo Wrik Mead Joins Barbara Sternberg on the LC-A+

    LomoAmigo Wrik Mead Joins Barbara Sternberg on the LC-A+
    Wrik Mead has been making film, video and photography works since graduating from the Ontario College of Art in the late 80's. His work has been screened at festivals and galleries worldwide including the Berlinale, The Toronto International Film Festival and the Sydney International Film Festival. He is currently represented by PayneShurvell Gallery in London, UK and teaches at OCAD University in Toronto. He recently teamed up with LomoAmigo Barbara Sternberg and the LC-A+ - Read on and see the results!
  • Blackout Fest Makes Its Mark in Toronto

    Blackout Fest Makes Its Mark in Toronto
    Blackout Fest held its first installment this year in Toronto from August 10th to the 19th. We took our trusty LC-A+, suitably loaded with black and white Lady Grey to check out this interactive festival - Read on to check out what all the hype was about!
  • Coloured Walls From Sampa

    Coloured Walls From Sampa
    São Paulo aka Sampa has one of the world's most famous creative, underground, and alternative flavours. Coloured façades, graffiti, and diverse ways of street art are all around. Please, be my guest and lose yourself inside this real-life cartoon full of colours.
  • San Francisco Vignettes: Snapshots of the City

    San Francisco Vignettes: Snapshots of the City
    We've talked about the custom Diana F+ cameras made by local San Francisco artists... Now let's have a glimpse at the photographs submitted for the Vignettes for Charity exhibition at our San Francisco Gallery Store. Some talented photographers of all backgrounds are giving viewers a glimpse into life in the city... Check them out below!
  • Influence or Coincidence: Lothar Wolleh and the Simplicity of Symmetry

    Influence or Coincidence: Lothar Wolleh and the Simplicity of Symmetry
    You’d think it would be an easy job to find portraits of people standing (or sitting) bang in the centre of a black and white photo, right? Well, think again! This week’s installment of Influence or Coincidence, dealing with the symmetrical portrait photography of Lothar Wolleh, was webo29’s toughest to date. But he’s managed (sort of).
  • Roy Lichtenstein's Three Landscapes in New York

    Roy Lichtenstein's Three Landscapes in New York
    Pop art never rots. In fact, one of the late Roy Lichtenstein's installation works in currently on display for public viewing. Know the details after the break...
  • Oriental Art: Kaikai Kiki Co., Japan

    Oriental Art: Kaikai Kiki Co., Japan
    Kaikai Kiki Co was founded by Takashi Murakami in 2001. It evolved from its predecessor, the Hiropon Factory, which was founded in 1996. Find out what it's about after the jump.
  • David Shrigley's Brain Activity

    David Shrigley's Brain Activity
    David Shrigley has a new exhibition entitled 'Brain Activity'. The British artist's works will be on display in UK this month. Read on to find out where and when.
  • Never Sorry: An Ai Wei Wei Documentary

    Never Sorry: An Ai Wei Wei Documentary
    Ai Wei Wei is one of China's most influential artists to date and is considered to be Beijing's Andy Warhol. In this documentary, his personal life and courageous works are tackled and revealed. Know more about Ai Wei Wei after the break...
  • East Meets West: Martin Kreloff's Pop Art

    East Meets West: Martin Kreloff's Pop Art
    Hollywood movie stars and Japanese sumo wrestlers: what connection do they have? Martin Kreloff definitely knows what these two opposite things can have in common. Take a look at his brilliant work of art after the break!
  • Shane McAdams' Paintings Using Ball Point Pens

    Shane McAdams' Paintings Using Ball Point Pens
    Shane McAdams is an artist and writer living in Brooklyn, New York. One of his works features colourful paintings with the use of ball point pens! Nifty, huh? View his ink-redibly abstract masterpieces after the jump...
  • Place de la Concorde, Paris

    Place de la Concorde, Paris
    Not only a place of memory, but also an open-air circus. At 8 hectares (20 acres), the octagonal Place de la Concorde is the largest square in Paris. It is situated between the Tuileries and the Champs-Elysées. What is now a place for taking pictures with the Eiffel Tower on the horizon, as well as a reforming place for all sorts of street artists, is actually a place of great heritage.
  • Clever Collages by Agnes Montgomery

    Clever Collages by Agnes Montgomery
    Agnes Montgomery is an artist who makes one-of-a-kind collages made out of found paper. View her wonderful works of art after the break.
  • The Diana World Tour Lands In Toronto (Part 6) !

    The Diana World Tour Lands In Toronto (Part 6) !
    Along with the Detrich collection and Diana Vignettes submitted by Canadian Lomographers, a very special exhibition of Diana F+ cameras customized by Canadian artists are on display. Now we would like you to meet this talented bunch and their lovingly crafted Diana F+ recreations! Meet: Midi Onodera, Natalia Yanchak, Natalie Kruch, Patricia O’Connor of Penicullus Bellum and Raymond Biesinger.
  • The Diana World Tour Lands In Toronto (Part 5) !

    The Diana World Tour Lands In Toronto (Part 5) !
    Along with the Detrich collection and Diana Vignettes submitted by Canadian Lomographers, a very special exhibition of Diana F+ cameras customized by Canadian artists are on display. Now we would like you to meet this talented bunch and their lovingly crafted Diana F+ recreations! Meet: Midi Onodera, Natalia Yanchak, Natalie Kruch, Patricia O’Connor of Penicullus Bellum and Raymond Biesinger.
  • The Diana World Tour Lands In Toronto (Part 4) !

    The Diana World Tour Lands In Toronto (Part 4) !
    Along with the Detrich collection and Diana Vignettes submitted by Canadian Lomographers, a very special exhibition of Diana F+ cameras customized by Canadian artists are on display. Now we would like you to meet this talented bunch and their lovingly crafted Diana F+ recreations! Meet: Justin Saunders, Mark Kingwell, Matthew Varey, Melissa Auf der Maur and Menno Krant.
  • The Diana World Tour Lands In Toronto (Part 3) !

    The Diana World Tour Lands In Toronto (Part 3) !
    Along with the Detrich collection and Diana Vignettes submitted by Canadian Lomographers, a very special exhibition of Diana F+ cameras customized by Canadian artists are on display. Now we would like you to meet this talented bunch and their lovingly crafted Diana F+ recreations! Meet: Francesca Tallone, Genevieve Simms, Jason Nip, Jody Zinner, Johnathan McGregor and Tara Scarcello.