Drum roll, please – the results are in! We’re thrilled to present to you the grand winner and the nine runner ups for the Band of Horses – Infinite Arms Competition. We would like to thank everyone who participated in this contest!
We asked you to have a good listen to Band of Horses’ latest album Infinite Arms and to take pictures inspired by their music. Your response was overwhelming – we received nearly a thousand of amazing images from you!
Specially chosen by Lomography, as well as Chris Wilson and Band of Horses, here are the topnotching picks from the pool. Thank you so much to everyone who submitted their entries, and congratulations to our winners!
Grand Prize Winner:
The winning image displayed at the Lomography Gallery Store Los Angeles, for the duration of the event, along side Christopher Wilson’s images
Four tickets to any Band Of Horses concert plus the opportunity to photograph a portion of the concert
A print of the Band Of Horses ‘Infinite Arms’ cover photo signed by the band and Christopher Wilson
Thank you to everyone who helped us spread the news on the Lomo'Instant Automat Kickstarter campaign. As a treat, we're giving away a Lomo'Instant Wide to one of the lomographers who blogged about our newest instant camera!
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