About The White Stripes
The White Stripes & Lomography
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. Together, The White Stripes and Lomography are taking an analog look at life in the digital age. As long-standing fans of their incredible music, we couldn’t have wished for better partners.
A strictly limited run of these cameras were produced expressly for The White Stripes. They were kind enough to provide 200 units of each camera to Lomography.com for direct sale to our community. Additionally, our Asian partner websites (lomography.jp, lomography.cn, lomographyasia.com, lomography.co.kr) were given small quantities for their regions. Each camera set is packaged within a custom gift box and contains a treasure-trove of accessories. Pricing is $180 and 150 EUR per set. Purchases are limited to 1 JACK Holga set and 1 MEG Diana+ set per customer.
Together, The White Stripes and Lomography are taking an analog look at life in the digital age. As long-standing fans of their incredible music, we couldn't have wished for better partners.
About Jack and Meg
Now in their 10th year, The White Stripes are renowned around the globe as one of the most creatively thrilling and sonically stunning rock bands of their time. Their sixth album Icky Thump, released in June of this year, was greeted with international critical acclaim and entered the Billboard Charts at #2 and the UK album charts at #1. They are the recipients of three Grammy awards and have sold over 12 million records worldwide. Singer/guitarist Jack White and drummer/vocalist Meg White are easily recognized for their black, white and red color scheme which is applied to their clothing, instruments and album art. Their choice in artistic collaborators includes such disparate talents as Jim Jarmusch, Loretta Lynn and The Simpsons, but it is the band’s artful aesthetic and blues & folk-inflected sound which has established them as modern American icons.