Diana+ Reissue from Lomo

Fans of Lomography will be excited to hear about the Diana+, a faithful reproduction of the plastic 120 camera made by the Great Wall Plastics Factory in the 1960s. At the time they were originally produced, the Diana was priced at only about $1 but still failed to be a mainstream commercial success and was often a free-with-purchase giveaway. With time the camera gained a …

Erwin Hauer Reissue

A couple years ago we talked about the architectural sculptor Erwin Hauer and his amazing biomorphic, continuous surface screens (here). We're now very excited to report that three selections from his 50s era work are being reissued and one new form has also been created. The screens, pictured and described here, are made to order. Contact Erwin Hauer Studios for more information.

Fania Records: Classics Reissued

From humble beginnings—co-founder Johnny Pacheco used to sell records out of the trunk of his car—to 44,000 fans mobbing Yankee Stadium for the historic 1973 Fania All-Stars concert, Fania Records is arguably the single most important record label in the history of Salsa. With an extensive catalog of 1,300 plus titles recorded between 1962 and 1979, the NYC-based label’s discography is a chronicle of the …