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  • Intricate 'Fabric Paintings' by Benjamin Shine

    Intricate 'Fabric Paintings' by Benjamin Shine
    The chosen medium of British artist Benjamin Shine for his work is not typically used for paintings, but he does not make the usual "paintings" anyway.
  • Let a Thousand Camera Flowers Bloom! Camera Flowers by André Feliciano

    Let a Thousand Camera Flowers Bloom! Camera Flowers by André Feliciano
    Nature and photography have produced wonderful photographs but who knew that they can be one and the same? Brazilian artist André Feliciano shows us how with his colorful and creative camera blooms.
  • Lomography Blue Hour Sessions at Lomography Gallery Store Singapore ended 2 months ago

    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!
  • The Living LomoWall At The LGS Toronto: Progress Part 2

    The Living LomoWall At The LGS Toronto: Progress Part 2
    As we're approaching mid-May, the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival also hits its halfway point in Toronto. See some more behind-the-scenes photos of our Living LomoWall as it continues to grow, thanks to submissions from the community and all around the world!
  • Is it a Bird? A Plane? No, it’s A Rubber Ducky!

    Is it a Bird? A Plane? No, it’s A Rubber Ducky!
    Hong Kong is greeted by the 16.5-metre-tall Rubber Duck, created by Dutch artist, Florentijn Hofman. This adorable duckling will be residing at Ocean Terminal, Harbour City next week greeting Hong Kong locals with his grandeur and childhood innocence!
  • Books Spilling Out the Window

    Books Spilling Out the Window
    Spanish artist Alicia Martín hit the books and came up with a brilliant idea for an installation art piece! Librarians and book collectors might cringe but it's a bookworm's dream! Find out what exactly was thrown out the window of one museum in The Hague and whether or not it was discarded because of controversy or if it was done intentionally.
  • Illuminate Your Path With Luminous Doors

    Illuminate Your Path With Luminous Doors
    When you walk through dark alleys does your heart skip a beat and do you pick up your pace without even noticing? What's this fear, instilled in us, called? Instinct? You'd probably avoid this alley in the future. How about if something beautiful, that emitted light, appeared on a wall in this space? Would you linger and come back for more?
  • Hong Kong Rainbow Installation

    Hong Kong Rainbow Installation
    An American band of artists have made their mark in Hong Kong by creating a rainbow in a mall! No, no science, condensation, or a replica of our sun, was involved. After the jump we'll shine some light onto what the "Happy Rainbow", as they've named it, is all about!
  • Look Twice! Art Around You in San Francisco

    Look Twice! Art Around You in San Francisco
    The City of San Francisco is obviously visually interesting. We've got incredible architecture, as apparent in iconic TransAmerica Pyramid, the San Francisco Ferry building, or the red arches of the Golden Gate Bridge. We're often so busy taking in landmarks that we hardly notice another aspect of the the city...The graffiti that penetrates every district and neighborhood.
  • Aporia by Lee Jung

    Aporia by Lee Jung
    We're loving these neon text art installations by South Korean artist Lee Jung. Inspired by language as a picture, Aporia (roughly meaning 'dead end street' in Greek) shows the juxtaposition of romantic poetry set against desolate locations, making for lovely, lonely photographs.
  • The Analogue Reader: Would You Build a Book Igloo?

    The Analogue Reader: Would You Build a Book Igloo?
    Artists all over the world have been finding many different ways to use books for their artworks. A Colombian artist has come up with an interesting sculptural installation that may seem like a bibliophile's perfect abode. Read about it after the jump!
  • 3D Photographs by Justine Khamara

    3D Photographs by Justine Khamara
    Australian artist Justine Khamara brings photographs to life by creating larger-than-life sculptures using mixed media such as laser-cut stainless steel, fiberglass, and balls. Big balls. See her work below.
  • A City of Florescent Paper Structures

    A City of Florescent Paper Structures
    "I'll huff, and I'll puff, and I'll blow your house in" said the Big Bad Wolf. If you lived in one of Yo Shimada's Post-It structures then the wolf would have probably succeeded!
  • Floating Clouds Indoors, For Real!

    Floating Clouds Indoors, For Real!
    Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde has his head up in the clouds. And we love it. If you ever tried, to no avail, to bottle up a cloud then dream on dreamers because Smilde has made it a reality! Instead of a bottle he's found a way of creating full sized clouds that stay contained, and float as it would in the sky, in a room!
  • A Completely Crocheted Room by Agata Olek

    A Completely Crocheted Room by Agata Olek
    "I Do Not Expect To Be A Mother But I Do Expect To Die Alone" is the title of the exhibit. Standing in the space is as if you are standing in the inside of a yarn beast's stomach though despite it's appearance, isn't made up of randomly placed pieces of string but intricately crocheted works of art! So check out Olekt's first UK solo exhibit after the jump and be sure not to trip over any taught strings!
  • Rashad Alakbarov: Shadows and Light

    Rashad Alakbarov: Shadows and Light
    Rashad Alakbarov, an artist from Azerbaijan, creates shadow art by using semi-transparent objects and materials. His work is featured in an exhibition until the 29th of January. See more after the break.
  • Do Ho Suh: Installation Art Exhibition

    Do Ho Suh: Installation Art Exhibition
    Renowned artist Do Ho Suh has created numerous sculptures that address the use of space. For one of his projects, he decided to create a floor sculpture made of tiny human forms.
  • Yayoi Kusama's 'The Obliteration Room'

    Yayoi Kusama's 'The Obliteration Room'
    What happens when you have thousands and thousands of colored dot stickers and an absolute white room? Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama never fails to take our breaths away with her latest installation named 'The Obliteration Room'. Read more...
  • From Start to Finish: The Analogue Process of Fashion ended almost 3 years ago

    From Start to Finish: The Analogue Process of Fashion
    Strike a pose and join Lomography New York’s 1st annual Fashion’s Night Out spectacle! Ladies and gents: Dress to impress and strut on over to our installation "From Start to Finish: The Analogue Process of Fashion”; a unique chance to experience a designer’s creative progression.
  • Lomofest Ukraine - The Opening

    Lomofest Ukraine - The Opening
    After an exclusive press conference we opened the doors for the visitors to the Lomofest in Kiev. A few hundred Lomography fans enjoyed music & dancers, a lectures about lomography, a movie screening and of course all great installations! Check out the photos here: