May 29th, 2014

Lomography is in the process of reinventing the Polaroid picture, with the Lomo’Instant. This camera is considered to be the world’s most creative instant camera. It not only captures moments, but also our desire for immediacy and the reemerging love for analogue (non-digital) photography. The uniqueness of the camera lies in its advanced lens system, variety of filters, ability to shoot both automatic or manual, and much more.  The camera includes three lens options - a built in wide angle, an attachable fisheye and portrait lens.

 What truly makes this product special is that unlike the hundreds of photos taken on your smartphone, this camera instantly prints a tangible memory. Twenty-eight days remain on their Kickstarter fundraiser, however the company has already crushed its goal and is set to start producing the Lomo’instant November of this year.

May 14th, 2014

Just when we thought couples couldn’t get any closer, Japanese condom brand, Condomania, shows us they can. The advertisements aptly titled, “Flesh Love,” feature images captured by Japanese photographer, Hal, who photographed over 100 couples inside plastic bags, with the air vacuumed out. He constructed the set with vacuum-sealed backs in his very own kitchen. Hal moves quickly, as he only has 10 seconds to catch the photo before the couple begins to lose their breath. 

See how the advertisements come to life here

April 30th, 2014

During the New York Auto Show 2014, Cadillac launched an influencer program, The ELR Exposure Project, with four highly influential New York City photographers. The program allowed these photographers—Liz Eswein, DJ D-Nice, Jonathan Mannion, and 13th Witness—to experience the Cadillac ELR firsthand. The photographers documented their experiences with the hybrid offering over the course of a week. To celebrate the culmination of the program, Cadillac hosted a gallery event in the heart of New York City. Vashtie and DJ Wonder provided the soundtrack, as guests enjoyed small bites, cold Heineken, Moet Nectar Rose, and signature Belevedere and Hennessy cocktails.

December 17th, 2013

Members of our Strategy and Creative teams are next up to share what their ideal gifts are this holiday season. From a Gore Tex BAPE jacket to a gadget that can quickly turn iPhone photos into Polaroid images, our guys have interesting picks. 

1. Instant Lab Special Edition Bundle

2. Stendig Wall Calendar

3. Codex Seraphinianus

4. Bape Woodland Camo Gore Tex Short Snowboard Jacket

5. Marin Dominican Fixed Gear Bike

More gift ideas to come tomorrow!

October 21st, 2013

To celebrate the 125th anniversary of the No. 1 camera, Kodak has released a selection of images taken with the iconic camera. Touting the slogan ”You Press the Button, We Do the Rest”, the Kodak No. 1 camera came preloaded with 100 exposures and required the user to return the entire camera for film processing. The resulting images were circular due in part to the poor photo quality in the corners of the rectangular negatives.


September 10th, 2013

Is your cellphone’s camera quality not quite cutting it? Tired of carrying a bulky SLR? Sony might have a solution for you with their new QX10 and QX100 pocket lenses. The products are designed to connect to a smartphone wirelessly or through a dock. Sony has created a whole new system that replaces a phone’s camera with a new sensor and glass which allow for better photo quality while still maintaining instant shareability.  

The QX10 and QX100 lenses will retail at $250 and $499 respectively and are expected to hit shelves near the end of September. 

(Source: TechCrunch)

June 20th, 2013

For those folks that still appreciate the natural beauty of manual photography, there is a new invention that digitizes 35mm film to your smartphone. Available on iPods, iPhones and Android, the Lomography Smartphone Film Scanner allows the user to quickly and effortlessly transfer negatives to positives.

The steps to scanning are quite simple: slip in your phone, turn the backlight on, slide in the film and take a picture of the negative. There is also a color and exposure adjustment feature, giving the user free reign of the outcome of the image.

Now that you can easily scan images onto your phone, post your favorite images to Instagram in less than a minute!

May 15th, 2013

Sony Xperia ZR is the newest Android smartphone that can be immersed under 5-feet-deep fresh water. Complete with a waterproof 13-megapixel camera, this smartphone lets you venture off dry land and take HD pictures and videos of your underwater adventures.

April 15th, 2013

Thanks to Instagram, taking a great photo is just a quick snapshot and filter away. If you want to take it a step further, you can now turn your favorite shots into magnets with!  For $17, you can buy 9 magnets of your choice and plaster them all over your refrigerator, pass them out to friends, or simply save them as pocketsize memorabilia.

March 26th, 2013

FILMography is an ongoing photo project by New York City journalist, Christopher Moloney. He finds very specific locations where popular movie scenes were filmed, and holds a printed photo from the movie in front of the real location. He chronicles these experiences on his Tumblr.  We’d assume this takes a serious film buff and some hardcore research to find the actual locations of where these movies were filmed. Moloney also sells a limited number of signed prints through his site.

November 27th, 2012

Ebony Magazine is an iconic African-American publication, first printed in 1945 and still hitting newsstands monthly. Lucky for us, Ebony recently opened their photo vault to the public. Prints from historic moments throughout time, captured by Ebony’s photographers are available for purchase for a limited time through There you’ll find photos and posters of nearly every African-American that has contributed to music, politics, and culture from Marvin Gaye to Michael Jordan to Dr. Martin Luther King to President Barack Obama.

October 10th, 2012

Maison Martin Margiela is the most recent designer to collaborate with H&M for a collaborative collection to be sold in their department stores. The ad campaign was just unveiled, and we’re sure fashionistas will be in line for hours to get their hands on what’s arguably the most high-end ready-to-wear designer collections to hit H&M. The photo shoot took place in Paris and was directed by British artist Sam Taylor-Johnson. Johnson also directed a series of short films expected to launch on air starting Nov. 8, one week before the collection launches in stores worldwide and online. 

(via Fashionista and WWD)

September 28th, 2012

The 2012 ADCOLOR print and PSA campaign highlights a diverse group of people who have contributed to advertising, marketing and media industries. The photos were shot by famed photographer Mark Zibbert and produced by Mark Filiulo of TBWA. The 3D design element literally adds depth to the portraits and serves as a metaphor for the advertising industry. To view more photos and video of celebrities and luminaries in the “Color Adds Depth” campaign, visit The ADCOLOR Awards Facebook page.

August 2nd, 2012

What weighs 3 pounds, is the size of a tissue box and prints beautiful photos directly from your iPhone with the utmost of ease? The Hammacher Schlemmer iPhone Photo Printer, of course. In less than a minute, this bad boy will dole out a high-quality, 4 x 6” image that can be cherished long after your favorite iPhone slips into unfortunate demise at the bottom of a toilet.

The mini printer retails for $159.95 at Hammacher Schlemmer

July 26th, 2012

'Harlem, U.S.A.' is a collection of black-and-white photographs of Harlem residents taken in the late 1970s by photographer Dawoud Bey. As a young New Yorker, Bey got inspired after seeing the 'Harlem on My Mind' exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. In 1979, he made his debut with a solo show at the Studio Museum in Harlem. Over 40 years later, 'Harlem U.S.A.' is being exhibited in it's entirety at the Art Institute of Chicago along with other works by photography trailblazers, including James Van Der Zee, Irving Penn and Roy Carava. 

The exhibition will be available for viewing until September 9, 2012. 

(Source: NYTimes)


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