Meg White Seattle Poster & Jack Lomo Camera

Rob Jones
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Meg White Seattle Poster & Jack Lomo Camera Poster by Rob Jones Numbered Edition of 234
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A special exclusive set of new never before seen Meg White White Stripes Camera poster from the cancelled Seattle show 09 26 2007 and the Jack White Lomo Camera. The posters are only available with the camera and only at Richard Goodall Gallery and RGG online. There is a strictly limited very small edition of the posters available.This is the correct price

The White Stripes and Lomography present two completely custom cameras: the JACK Holga and MEG Diana+. The legendary Diana and Holga cameras are known for their serendipitous 'imperfections' and cinematic qualities. These special editions follow the band's red, white and black color scheme down to the peppermint swirl on their frame advance dials. Frequent collaborator Rob Jones designed the custom packaging for both sets. Only 3000 of each camera were made.

The JACK Holga Flash Camera Starter Kit includes additional Fisheye Lens, set of three glass lens filters and custom Peppermint Lens Filter. Kit also includes: camera strap, lens cap, The World Through a Plastic Lens photo book, one 120 film roll, opaque tape, two "AA" batteries and multilingual instruction manual.

This camera uses all varieties of medium format 120 film - to be purchased and developed at professional photo labs and specialty stores.

For more info click here for more info on the White Stripes Cameras.

Strictly 1 per person of each camera / poster set. The camera and poster will ship separately packaged. If you want both items choose the special double set and save on shipping.

Choose the shipping below for your location. You can ship via the postal service which is trackable in the uk and that it has been delivered to your postal service, our standard cheapest shipping option. Shipping is also available via courier.

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    Rob Jones
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    Silk Screen Print
  • Artist:
    Rob Jones