The Lomo LC-A (and Other Items) 100 Years Later by Maico Akiba

2013-03-21 6

Ever wondered how your trusted Lomo LC-A might look like in 100 years? Then see this great piece by Maico Akiba, an illustration and sculpture artist, who uses her painting skills to apply “aging paint” to everyday objects.

The front of the Lomo LC-A
The back of the Lomo LC-A

I read about Maico Akiba's work on the wonderful blog Spoon & Tamago. Be sure to check out more of her items on her site.

written by recurving on 2013-03-21 #lifestyle #lomo-lc-a #maico-akiba

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6 Comments

  1. segata
    segata ·

    I love the way the LC-A has come out, I do this sort of thing in my other hobbies but I dont think I could even come close to that :)

  2. blueskyandhardrock
    blueskyandhardrock ·

    super cool

  3. mafiosa
    mafiosa ·

    Awesome. I love it <3

  4. soundfoodaround
    soundfoodaround ·

    I would love to see one with barnacles, buried at sea with other valuables from some lost expedition.

  5. mariskaviska
    mariskaviska ·

    so cool

  6. fanfanas
    fanfanas ·

    Looks so realistic! Great job!

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