Back in the day (before everything went digital) dropping your film off at the developer meant someone else saw your photos before you did. Well, what if you’d never seen your photos, because you weren’t the one who took them? The Camera From Athens is a disposable camera that contains 27 undeveloped photos from Greece, each shot by an up-and-coming artist. Every camera is different, and you purchase it not knowing which photographer you’ll get. I’d really like to know who shot my pics ahead of time, but I still love it. The $40 price tag may seem a bit steep, but with 27 chances to get a beautiful piece of original art, I think it’s well worth it. Pick one up online at Up To You Toronto. — Erica P.