We’ve reported previously on the Impossible Project, an attempt to manufacture the iconic Polaroid instant film after it was discontinued. Now it’s been reported that the new owners of the Polaroid brand will team up with The Impossible project to bring the product line back to life. Cameras, film and instant printers are scheduled to be available sometime in 2010. via:(PSFK)
Born from the idea to personalise the classic vintage Polaroid OneStep Close-Up 600 camera with FENDI DNA, this Polaroid camera […]
Blain|Southern gallery in London just presented its show on some early photographs by the acclaimed film-maker Wim Wenders. It is an incredible occasion to discover a new side of this all-embracing artist, and to see for the first time some of his archival polaroids!
Polaroid’s ZIP Instant Mobile Printer lets you print wirelessly from your phone
The idea of 8 x 8 was inspired by the fact that each pack of Impossible film has just eight photos.
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