Sweet Tooth might as well be our middle name after browsing all of your mouth-wateringly wonderful snaps for our Sticky Singapore X Lomography: What’s Your Rock Rumble. You can catch a glimpse of the inspiring winning pics from this colourful collaboration below!
Sticky Singapore- everyone’s favourite candy rock haven joined forces with us here at Lomography to bring you the Sticky Singapore X Lomography: What's Your Rock Rumble. We were looking for your most colorful pics inspired by any of Sticky’s rock flavours such as I love Singapore Rock, Panda Rock, Watermelon Rock to name but only a few. We were blown away by the fusion of colours and delightfully delicious photos that you all submitted, but eventually we had to choose a few winners. Without further ado, allow us to present to you the Grand Prize Winner and 2 Runners-Up of the Sticky Singapore X Lomography: What’s Your Rock Rumble…
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