• The World Record Camera Collection
  • Posted 12 months ago by Jack Lowe · @jacklowe · culture · 10252 Views
  • According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Indian photojournalist Dilish Parekh has broken his own world record for the largest private collection of cameras. After previously setting the record with 2,634 cameras, Parekh increased his collection by nearly 70% and now owns 4,425 cameras, many of which are antiques. "Cameras are my life. I can't live without them," said the photojournalist, who has been amassing his horde for 25 years through flea markets, old studios, classified ads, and other collectors. Included in the range is the 1934-made Leica 250, of which only 1,000 were made, and the tiny Tessina L which is considered to be one of the world's smallest and lightest cameras using 35mm at only five-and-half ounces.

    • Yeah but how good is his Instagram game?
    • Alex Posted 12 months ago · 40 Reply
    • And I thought my collection was good...
    • Ryan Posted 12 months ago · 28 Reply
    • Awesome
    • Jo Posted 12 months ago · 30 Reply
  • First Look: Ace Hotel London Shoreditch
  • 12 months ago · culture · 8 Comments · 14263 Views
  • In the lead up to the official opening on 9 September, Ace Hotel have unveiled a look inside at one of their standard rooms, which will be available from 175 per night with advanced booking. The 265-room London location will be the boutique hotel's fifth property under the Ace Hotel...
  • Video: A Short Documentary on Wheelz
  • 12 months ago · culture · 3 Comments · 5646 Views
  • If you were inspired by the insane fearlessness of extreme wheelchair athlete Aaron "Wheelz" Fotheringham in the last episode of Oakley's web series Bob Burnquist's Dreamland, then you'll definitely be interested in watching this short documentary by director Allan Hardy. The six-and-a-half...