This is the time to collect your prints, photos and drawings and come into the store to make an album for a special friend or family member. You’ll be given a Lomo album which is already beautifully packaged in a box and you can fill it with Analogue Love!
It’s not the present it’s the thought that counts… Nonsense! It’s the thought AND the present!
This is why you need to attend our Analogue Christmas workshop at the Lomography Gallery Store London!
17th December – 7pm
Analogue Christmas – This is the time to collect your prints, photos and drawings and come into the store to make an album for a special friend or family member. You’ll be given a Lomo album which is already beautifully packaged in a box and you can fill it with Analogue Love!
£10 Ticket includes free album, photo mounts and pens to borrow! You can also have a Diana F+ Instant photo taken of yourself to put in the album and type messages on our analogue typewriter!
Pop into the store to book your place :-)
The Lomography Gallery Store London, 3 Newburgh Street W1F 7RE 02074341466
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