Tag: artwork

  • Lora Zombie's Colourful Dreams

    written by lomography-russia on 2013-12-18 #people
    Lora Zombie's Colourful Dreams

    Lora Zombie is an artist who draws her unbelievable paintings in grunge-art style, takes part in a million projects at the same time, loves her alien pets, and successfully experiments with film. Her sense of color, outstanding view of the world, sometimes shocking images, bright personality, and stunning looks attract fans from different corners of the world. We asked her a few questions, and here are the answers we got.

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  • A Glimpse of My Fisheye World on Canvass

    written by hans12 on 2012-06-13
    A Glimpse of My Fisheye World on Canvass

    I have a good idea on how to give colour to my boring room. It is by making artworks. I am onto my second piece when I thought of transforming my Lomographic photo into another form of art, a painting. I wanted to incorporate my love for lomography into other things as well.

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  • Masterpieces Reinvented as Sandwiches

    written by soundfoodaround on 2012-01-20
    Masterpieces Reinvented as Sandwiches

    Low-Commitment Projects has come up with something grand. It's simple, and cheesy (but not the 'cheesy' you are thinking of). Check out our side-by-side pairings, of the reinvented famous works of art with their buttered, mustard filled, and literally topped with cheese, replicas!

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  • Famous Art Remade into Photographs

    written by soundfoodaround on 2012-01-06
    Famous Art Remade into Photographs

    Look what we've found! A UK based photo competition asked students to recreate/reinterpret famous works of art in photograph form. It's called 'The Booooooom + Adobe Remake photo project' and took place last year. Though it's over, the submissions galley was astounding, and we just had to share them with you!

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  • Anatomical Cross Sections in Paper by Lisa Nilsson

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2012-03-15
    Anatomical Cross Sections in Paper by Lisa Nilsson

    A Massachusetts-based artist has created some interesting masterpieces featuring human anatomy diagrams using rolled pieces of paper. Take a look at some of her work and be amazed after the jump!

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  • Awesome Skeletal System Illustration by Dan Beckemeyer

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2012-01-31
    Awesome Skeletal System Illustration by Dan Beckemeyer

    If you didn't enjoy your anatomy classes back in high school, I bet you will appreciate it after taking a look at this amazing work of Illinois-based designer and illustrator Dan Beckemeyer. Find out why after the jump!

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  • Dressing Up DIESEL

    written by lakandula on 2011-08-19
    Dressing Up DIESEL

    DIESEL's window display looked knockout great in Lomography. At least that's how I remembered it to be two years ago.

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  • Takashi Murakami's Larger than Life Inflatable Self-Portrait

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2012-02-14 #news
    Takashi Murakami's Larger than Life Inflatable Self-Portrait

    Japanese artist Takashi Murakami, who is known for his very colorful and playful works of art, has recently unveiled what is most likely one of his most interesting works of art to date. Learn more about it after the jump!

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  • Amrit Singh: Artwork in Analogue with the Lomo'Instant Wide

    written by lomographysoholondon on 2017-03-17 #people
     Amrit Singh: Artwork in Analogue with the Lomo'Instant Wide

    Creative designer, broadcaster and artist Amrit Singh creates beautiful and intricate illustrations under his brand InkANIMA . We were so inspired by his work that we decided to send him a Lomo'Instant Wide to test out.

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  • Full Back Catalogue of Oz Magazine now Available!

    written by lomographysoholondon on 2016-03-27 #news
    Full Back Catalogue of Oz Magazine now Available!

    Oz Magazine ran from 1963 to 1973 and was an iconic, underground magazine that dealt with some controversial issues. Today, the whole back catalogue has been made available for public download by the University of Wollongong. Find out more about this magazine that contributed to defining a generation.

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  • The Musee d'Orsay

    written by mblair23 on 2011-07-15 #places
    The Musee d'Orsay

    The Musee d'Orsay is a museum housed in a former train station, famous for its impressive collection of sculptures and Impressionist paintings.

  • Top 10 Free Holiday Activities

    written by soundfoodaround on 2011-12-24
    Top 10 Free Holiday Activities

    Don't you always find out, after the fact, that if you had waited a day the museum entrance, or shop product you paid for, would have been free! If you are low on funds, after spending on gifts and food that you can't and shouldn't resist, then here's a list of free things to enjoy!

  • Excavating the Present: Artworks by Issam Kourbaj

    written by asharnanae on 2013-04-16
    Excavating the Present: Artworks by Issam Kourbaj

    A Syrian-born artist in England has made an amazing collection of huge photogram style artworks, based in part on the investigation of light and light sources, in response to the crisis in Syria. This article introduces the artist and details some the inspiration behind the artwork from the exhibition.

  • Meet the Artists from – Exhibition: 『My Little Playground』at Gallery Store Hong Kong

    written by jayjemun on 2013-06-13 #news
    Meet the Artists from – Exhibition: 『My Little Playground』at Gallery Store Hong Kong

    Did you know that the Lomography Gallery Store in Hong Kong is currently hosting an exhibition featuring the work of three artists entitled “My Little Playground”? The exhibit runs until June 28th. So if you haven’t yet visited, this interview will give you a nice heads-up, encouraging you to go and see it for yourself!

  • While Under The Influence of Art

    written by soundfoodaround on 2012-08-31
    While Under The Influence of Art

    American artist Bryan Lewis Saunders spent consecutive day-after-day drawing self-portrait, after self-portrait. A bit obsessive? Well, when you hear what experiments Saunders conducted each day to change up the mode and style of his self-portraits a different idea of the word "obsession" will come to mind. And it's one that will blow your mind.

  • First workshop in Pusan, second city of South Korea!

    written by lomography_korea on 2010-10-03 #news
    First workshop in Pusan, second city of South Korea!

    Lomography Korea will go to Pusan where will take place the most biggest International film festival of Korea in October with the first Lomography workshop in Pusan! Here is infos of this special workshop in Pusan, second city of south Korea.