Dining etiquette, photography, and the puzzle that never grows old, the Rubik’s Cube. All you need to live a fruitful, snap happy, logical life!
Takuma – LomoKino
Follow the leader and ‘photograph’ after me. This budding photographer – yes, we can tell this cute child is one with the way he checks the film is wound after each snap and with how careful he holds the device – may quickly become the photographed with his stylish outfit and bright pink camera!
Who knew there was an art to eating the staple fruit that recurs in films, posters and your table centerpiece fruit bowl?
The key is to not stare intently at the banana while peeling, giving away how eagerly you want the contents inside the browning yellow peel lining your stomach. With grace, make no more than 3 peels to expose the edible banana and nibble away, avoiding scoffing at all costs! Also, the guide in this film does well in conveying his enjoyment of the healthy snack by leisurely taking in his surroundings.
And we can only imagine what he’s referring to by pointing at his head at the end. Could the banana, besides providing protein and other nutrients, have also transferred upon him some profound knowledge?
Cube – LomoKino
While this guide can’t be deemed a ‘cheat’ owing to the fast, choppy, sequence where the viewer may be left more muddled than if they’d attempted the colorful puzzle without a video aid, it’s sure fun to watch. What a clever, enticing, subject!
Bringing analogue back to the movies with a bang in the 21st century, the LomoKino is a Lomography movie camera that shoots spectacular, creative movies on all kinds of 35mm film. Head to the Microsite, watch some Movies and begin your analogue movie-making journey today!