Analog Visuals are analog projections for concerts and cultural event by Vitaily Harmash (belarussian electronic musician), Jerzy Mazzoll (polish clarinettist) and the visual artists Marcin and Tomek Ebert.
The core component of their performance setup is an analog overhead projector which displays oil dish projections creating a continuously varying array of multicoloured forms giving their work an distinct analog feel.
The fusion of analog medium and live video changes every performance into a unique visual art form. The moving image is tightly integrated with sound. This analog art presentation is blended togheter with live camera input in real time.
They use the archaic projectors, video camcorders and decks that make their work unique and give it non-digital character. Currently they are developing Fraktalot and Fluidacje projects.
It's not just the misguided and lonesome artists who are obsessed with cats -- the Internet is as crazy with them, too. An artist decided to improve some of pop music history's best covers by replacing the original musicians and models with cats.
For the fifth time Marfa Myths is celebrating music, visual arts and film in Marfa, Texas. The Festival runs from April 12-15 and we have some exclusive Guest List spots for Saturday's show to give to a lucky winner.
Filipino photographer and visual artist Carlo Gabuco is renowned for his documentary approach to scenes outside the scope of media. Let's zoom in on his work “Predicament” and find out more about his unique work.
Distortion Unplugged hosted a Charity Event in Brooklyn to celebrate International Women's Day! The event included an exhibition of photos of the most famous women in music taken by women photographers. All donations from the event went to My Sister's Place in New York.
To celebrate 25 years of no rules, happy accidents, and analogue love, we teamed up with creatives around the world to spread love through photography. A series of LomoWall exhibitions brought different countries, cultures, and people together into colorful and artistic displays of images. Meet our final 25 Years of Lomography Category Award winners!
Pop musician David Charles Fischer, short DCF, recently discovered his love for film photography. And since we can tell from his music that he isn't afraid to try something new and experiment, we gave him a Lomo'Instant camera to play with.
March marks the observance of Women's History Month. Let us celebrate by looking into the craft of amazing women all over the world who triumphs photography. For this interview, we go all the way to Singapore for a quick chat with photographer and visual artist Marisse Caine.
Lomography UK staff member Veronica took musician Annabel Allum around the streets of Soho for a special photoshoot using the Lomo'Instant Square. We showed Annabel the results and chatted to her about her music and passion for film photography.
Ted Fox Joyce travelled to Nigeria to embark on a photographic project where he asked students at a school in Lagos to recreate images of kings and monarchs, inspired by the photographer George Osodi. He took along the Lomo'Instant Wide to document this inspiring project.
The Japanese master of cinema Akira Kurosawa continues to be a universal favorite among artists of all ages and expertise. Kurosawa's exceptional visual storytelling is something even photographers should learn from.