Diana F+ on the Cover of Computer Arts Issue 183

2011-01-10 5

If you’re reading Computer Arts magazine, you might recognize a 60’s classic smack dab int he middle of the cover – Lomography’s queen of cameras, the Diana F+!

Computer Arts Magazine based in the United Kingdom is all about inspiration, technique, and great design. Its no surprise then to see how the Diana F+ should find its way to the cover for their 183rd issue! While the magazine doesn’t exactly tackle Lomography per se, it’s still nice to see how they appreciate analogue design and incorporated it!

written by cruzron on 2011-01-10 #news #art #design #cover #diana #vector

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5 Comments

  1. shoujoai
    shoujoai ·

    I saw the LC-A+ white in a german students magazine as recommodation for a nice christmas present :)

  2. lawypop
    lawypop ·

    I luv CA! and this cover rocks!!

  3. gvelasco
    gvelasco ·

    Cool!

  4. cpolpa
    cpolpa ·

    love it ;)

  5. lomorosie
    lomorosie ·

    I've seen a lot of lomo cameras in magazines recently - I saw the Holga in Urban Outfitters, the Diana in a Sunday magazine and the Spinner 360 in Red.

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