Lauren Phillz snapshots.

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Lauren is a 23 year old from, “a crud town in North East England” but is currently interning in London as part of her degree, which isn’t in photography btw, we just liked her snapshots of socialist parties and nipple tweaking radios. She likes a lot of the same stuff most people like – “punk, magazines, sleeping and food.”

This was taken on the South Bank where the tourists head in droves to check out crazies like this guy. I had to shoot really fast, as I was genuinely terrified of him.

One from a trip to Berlin I took in October. This Socialist mural is painted on the side of one of last standing examples of Nazi architecture in the world. The GDR took it over as their HQ but after the fall of the Wall, the German government could only bring themselves to use it for one purpose: The Tax Office.

This cat belongs to my parents. They got her from a cat shelter, where she was skin and bone. Safe to say, my Mom’s a feeder.

One of my best friends, Phil, is obsessed with The Exorcist. He owns every bit of memorabilia there is, including this cast of Regan’s face. It’s hung on the wall in his bathroom so she watches you as you pee.

This was taken one night hanging at my friend Lou’s house. Amongst the old jewellery and pop-punk CD’s was this sweet radio. You twist the nipples to tune to your station.

I’ve had this towel since I was 7 years old. Aladdin is still my favourite Disney movie.

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