Diana World Tour Covered by the Sydney Morning Herald

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The Diana World Tour was covered by one of Australia’s leading dailies – the Sydney Morning Herald. Here’s what they had to say!

Photo: Ben Rushton

Australia’s Sydney Morning Herald has been bringing the good people down under the news as it comes since 1841 and is not stopping anytime soon! So it comes to no surprise that they are the ones who’ve reported on the Diana World Tour! In the article by Rachel Olding, they check out the different, artistic Diana+ pieces on display as well as explore the origins of Lomography down under. Check it out!

Thanks to squamy for the tip! If you have seen an article online that you would like to share with the community, email us at tips@lomography.com

written by cruzron on 2011-03-04 #news #sydney #diana #tour #news #design #australia #art #world

4 Comments

  1. eukanooba
    eukanooba ·

    simplyfy.. =)

  2. willyboy
    willyboy ·

    There were no "good" people down under in 1841 - only crooks.

  3. natalieerachel
    natalieerachel ·

    Haha that bunny camera is cute

  4. jojo8785
    jojo8785 ·

    @willyboy - and they all came from the UK!!

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