At first sight, you wouldn’t think that Joe Bagley’s paper art is made of paper.
Upon closer inspection, you still wouldn’t be able to tell it’s paper. Unless you touch it. That’s how cleanly cut his works are. Take a look:
What’s more is he trims the paper by hand. No lasers!
Just when I thought technology has got the better of art, I come across artists who choose to stick to traditional methods. Remember that article about another artist who works with paper? I published it only a few days ago. The future is analogue indeed!
For the wandering Lomographer, we've got some alternative locations and destinations you might want to check out for picture-perfect travelogues. Tuck in the City of Lights is a public park with many scenic secrets hidden in plain sight.
Leah Frances' photo project American Squares is capturing vibrant vintage vibes throughout the US and recently made it into the New York Times Style Magazine's list "Five To Follow". We sent Leah one of our first Diana Instant Square camera to – for some instant 1960s squares.
Our friends at Wayward are excited to carry the Lomo'Instant Square in all of their three stores now and called up a bunch of their very own West Coast Amigos to celebrate and test the camera. Austin Santiago is the first one and took it straight to SXSW
Adrian Piper is known as a mixed medium artist known for tackling socio-political issues regarding gender, race, class, and identity. This show at the Museum of Modern Art explores her retrospective on photo-collage and drawing.
Lomography have teamed up with the Museum of London to offer you tickets to see the London Nights exhibition, a collection of over 200 works by 60 photographers that document London at night. You could also win some Simple Use Cameras and some groovy MOL merch too!