Most of us at NYLON have a similar childhood story: As kids, we'd scribble on anything and everything that had a blank white surface. My favorite was the shiny white cardboard that came inside stockings and shoe boxes - I loved the way my markers glided over the surface - but everything else was fair game, too: plain white t-shirts, new sneakers, a blank mouse pad... even the front of a refrigerator. (Oops - sorry mom!) Eventually we moved onto more "approved" ways of filling white space, like graphic design, painting, and silkscreening. But the urge to fill in every blank in the world is still strong with us.
This means Lomography's newest Sardina camera is especially beloved, because it's totally white, and comes with a dare, a missive, and / or a mission to draw or paint all over it. (They even asked some of their favorite artists to decorate some samples on the Lomo website...
We're giving away one of these cool cameras, which retail for $109 online.
Enter to win, and get your paints / markers / dyes / studs / nail polishes ready - someone will win a blank slate, which might be the most valuable present of all...
Enter here to win!
PS, if you're never had a Lomography La Sardina camera before, go here to get details on how to best use it.