Lomography is a type of analogue photography that grows in popularity day by day. This time, it is the Museum of London that collaborates with the Lomography community in order to create a magnificent, 65 metre LomoWall, which begins from the museum’s entrance hall and continues outside.
During the year, several photography workshops have been encouraging amateurs to be inspired from the Olympic London and its people, thus this display will be a selection of photographs of these workshops and submissions that people from all over the world were allowed to make, until the start of the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Almost 30,000 photographs form this extraordinary mosaic, which includes images from Paralympic athletes in training, too.
The highlight is that this display is free to visit, so be inspired from this piece of artwork, grab your own Lomo Camera and create something unique this summer.
La Sardina & Flash “The Guvnor” Edition (www.colette.fr)
Diana Mini JIYU- Freedom (www.lomography.com)
Diana F + Sahara (www.lomography.com)