Going, going, almost gone

February 10, 2011 / By The Mesdames / 2 comments

As you know, we’ve been rabbiting on (boom, tish) about being a part of the Australian and New Zealand leg of the Diana World Tour, which has now travelled to Tokyo, Seoul, Porto, Lisbon, Madrid, Barcelona, Berlin, Paris, Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou, New York City, Los Angeles, Riga, London, Sydney and opens in Melbourne Feb 24 and Auckland March 18.

If you’re not able to make it to see the Customised Clones Exhibition in person, don’t fret. You can bid on them online with the proceeds going to charity, but you’d best be quick, only three days left.

A small sample of the goodness you may wish to bid on is shown above, by artists (from L-R, top to bottom) Gemma Jones, Scrap Wall, Greedy Hen, Limedrop, Cat-Rabbit, Beci Orpin, Eveline Tarunadjaja, Mel Stringer and Angela Mitchell & Leah Dent.

Customised Clones on eBay

*Stay tuned folks, we had an e-mail from the Lomo team today to say something went nutso with eBay last night and a bunch of the listings disappeared. They’re working hard to get it all sorted. We’ll keep you informed.

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Love is in the air

January 30, 2011 / By Madame Dent / Make a comment

And while we’re sharing a little lomo love, lookie lookie at this special limited edition Valentines Day Diana Mini.


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What goes on tour

January 25, 2011 / By The Mesdames / 2 comments

So exciting, our mesdames Angela Mitchell and Leah Dent were invited by Lomography Australia / New Zealand to contribute to a leg of the Diana World Tour 2011. We may have given you a sneak peek, do you remember? Along with inspirational artists including friends and faves such as Gemma Jones, Beci Orpin, Cat-RabbitGhostpatrol and Eveline Tarunadjaja to name a few, our bunnycam will be one of 25 shown in Sydney, Melbourne and Auckland as part of the Customised Clones Exhibition. Importantly – and listen up now  – they will all be auctioned online to raise funds for See Through Me and World Child Cancer. Bidding starts February 3rd, we’ll be sure to keep you updated.


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And that’s not all

August 26, 2010 / By Madame Dent / Make a comment

You can’t say Perth isn’t a creative little town. We’ve just heard tell that Otilee (who we blogged about earlier in the year) was also recognised in the International Photography Awards. She was awarded second place in the Advertising – Fashion Pro category for Altitude (above) and received an Honorable Mention in the Advertising – Beauty Pro category for Wire Me In (see it here on her blog). Too much talent in the one town, really. Congrats Otilee, you clever little chicken.


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Waiting in silence

August 25, 2010 / By Madame Dent / Make a comment

Ian and Erick Regnard from Tungsten are two of the loveliest Perth-based world-renowned French Mauritian photographer twins you’re ever likely to meet (and isn’t the world awash with Perth-based world-renowned French Mauritian photographer twins?!). We’re so thrilled to hear that they were recently named a finalist in the International Photography Awards 2010 International Photographer of the Year – that’s way more prestigious than a Gold Logie, don’t you know? Their image Waiting in Silence was selected from nearly 15,000 submissions from 103 countries to be in the running and they’re off to NYC in October to find out who the winner is. Read all about it on their blog. And go look at their work. It is breathtakingly good.


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Picture perfect

June 24, 2010 / By Madame Dent / Make a comment

Everyone wants to take Madame Mitchell’s photograph now that she is a famous Perthonality. She is finding it terribly trying, especially as cameras today are not nearly as lovely as those from days of yore. I’m guessing that’s what Yellow Owl Workshop thinks too.

Madame Dent, on the other hand, is ready for her close-up Mr DeMille.


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March 31, 2010 / By Madame Dent / Make a comment

Wow. What a palaver. Reading the comments on 1854 (the blog of the British Journal of Photography), you’d think the Impossible Project had done the world a disservice releasing their new polaroid film this week. I say pish to all the whining naysayers who think the first batch isn’t up to scratch. Let’s look at the big picture (see what I did there) and rejoice. Film for our forgotten polaroid cameras! Oh joy of joys. And my, isn’t the packaging purty?


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Love in a photo booth

January 14, 2010 / By Mademoiselle Michelle / 2 comments

If you’ve ever seen Amélie, you may have a photo booth fondness. Montmartre is miles away, so thankfully Michael and Samm from Push the Button searched the world high and low for the perfect one and brought it back to Perth. How *flash* would it be to *expose* your peeps to a little shutterbug *shoot* at your next shindig? They might even find love while they’re in there.


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