Tag: trash

  • Littering the Sidewalks Rumble!

    written by canadas-lomography on 2011-04-11 #news
    Littering the Sidewalks Rumble!

    After winter must come spring (and another election if you live in Canada). When the snow subsides and leaves behind, the treasures its been burying, usually garbage. We want to see your shots from this muddy, sticky and littered time of year.

  • Photographer Makes Tintypes Out of Old, Rusty Cans

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-05-23 #news
    Photographer Makes Tintypes Out of Old, Rusty Cans

    While the "tin" in tintype gives a clue on the taking medium of the age-old photographic process, it seemed to have sparked an interesting concept and idea in photographer David Emitt Adams. Take a look at his interesting work after the jump!

  • Somebody's Trash is Someone Else's Treasure: Analogue Cameras Retrieved from the Dumpster

    written by dux_x on 2012-06-01
    Somebody's Trash is Someone Else's Treasure: Analogue Cameras Retrieved from the Dumpster

    Listening to Garbage's album "Not Your Kind of People" and thinking about the meaning of their name (garbage is trash, but the band sounds great) I got myself remembering how many times someone threw away a camera (or any analogue device) believing it was trash at the same time that, for us, it's a treasure! Definitely, they are not our kind of people!

  • One Man's Trash Is Another Man's Nerdbot

    written by denisesanjose on 2012-04-12
    One Man's Trash Is Another Man's Nerdbot

    Most couples like to spend their time traveling, dining, or just relaxing at home. But not Missouri-based Nicholas and Angela of Nerdbots. The lovebirds spend their weekends at junkyards and thrift stores, rummaging through scrap materials for their next robotic creation.

  • Dumpster diving with Lomo.

    written by abcdefuck on 2009-05-21 #news
    Dumpster diving with Lomo.

    Dumpster diving is the practice of looking for something to eat in trash of supermarkets. I did it, it was great and i did't forget my LC-A and Fisheye.

  • Bleached Negatives = Positive Effects!

    written by nick_a_tron on 2011-04-09 #gear #tutorials
    Bleached Negatives = Positive Effects!

    I find myself often surrounded by rolls of negatives that I’ve left kicking around under the computer after scanning in rolls of film, off cuts, bad shots, that sort of thing and decided to try and give them another chance to impress me by dropping them in the kitchen sink and pouring bleach over them...

  • Space Burger

    written by spoeker on 2010-10-06 #places
    Space Burger

    There are a lot of restaurants, pubs and bars in the Oldtown of Düsseldorf, Germany. I want to introduce you to my favourite: Space Burger! If you are looking for tasty, fresh, huge and crazy burgers and want to dine in a trashy atmosphere, you should go there!

  • Nine Times Fun

    written by pulex on 2010-11-14 #gear
    Nine Times Fun

    This lillte golden Baby was my first lomographic camera and it really changed the way i look at things and it also changed my life....cause i got heavily addicted!

  • Postcards from Rzhavchino

    written by alexander_krolikowski on 2014-05-23
    Postcards from Rzhavchino

    I would like to tell you about the Zhuzhalka. Zhuzhalka is the slag waste that remains after coal mining. But in this story, in our case, we have another meaning for this word. Here, the Zhuzhalka is a Ukrainian group of young photographers. These photos are by artists from Donetsk city in eastern Ukraine. The name of the project was influenced by the geographic specialization of Donetsk.

  • Forget Pirates, It's Lego Realism!

    written by soundfoodaround on 2012-01-31
    Forget Pirates, It's Lego Realism!

    Painting the walls, taking out the trash, scrubbing grease off a skillet...how mundane! These very real, everyday, activities are the subjects Lego builder, Bruce Lowell, represents in his marvelous sculptures! Forget pirate ships and dinosaurs and step into a world of fantasy that's a little closer to reality.

  • Then and Now: Recreated Art Using Plastic and Pieces of Trash

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2014-04-10
    Then and Now: Recreated Art Using Plastic and Pieces of Trash

    For his ongoing project, an American artist creates visual representations of abstract statistics surrounding global issues and contemporary American culture, with pieces -- some of them recreations of famous artworks -- assembled using thousands of pieces of trash items and more.