A good place to start the night and end the night, and all the rest in between.
This is always a good place for an early evening drink to wash down your curry. If you’ve already got the tiggies in (cigarettes) there’s a courtyard out back where you can engage in some “smirting” (smoking and flirting) or just straight up flirting for the non-smokers like myself. 93 Feet East is also a good place to keep in mind for later on in the evening, if you’re in the mood for a little bit of breakdancing or krumping, or whatever ironic dance you care to perform.
Andreas Jakwerth is a Vienna-based photographer who definitely knows how to live life to the fullest. He has a passion for both photography and travelling and somewhere in between he likes the challenge of a good climb.
In this article I'll show a dramatic and serious emergency in my city Como, near the border with Switzerland: the arrival of hundreds of refugees and migrants from Africa and Middle East, from their first camp near the railway station to the final accommodation in a better place.
Everyday a thousand photographs come in the community, all in lieu of the Lomographic aesthetic. Some just shine just above the rest -- and we'd like to commend those Lomographers who took their art beyond and caught everyone's attention. Let's take a look at the most popular snapshots of 2016.
Inspired by the idea that we are all creators and connected, David Block came to Lomography NYC with a vision for a collaborative project during a night of musical debauchery at Brooklyn's House of Yes. We were immediately intrigued and the project came to life in a way better than expected.
Emotional connectivity is established when a photograph can close the distance between the image and the viewer. Enrico Doria's visual diary in "Esprits" removes the barrier of his perceived reality to let others experience the surreal and extraordinary world.