The Impossible Project – Re-invention of Instant Film

By - February 26th, 2009

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Sometimes we realize the true value of a product when it is all gone and lost. Such is the case with Polaroid camera when they announced the closure of their factories last year, much to the dismay of the cult followers of this analogue device. However with an end of an era comes new beginning and new hope. Just recently the former employees at Polaroid factory and other experts from around the world got together to start The Impossible Project. This is in no way aiming to recreate the Polaroid but they have aqcuired the equipment and factory to produce new and exciting Integral Film products launching in 2010. On top of that they have signed a 10 year lease contract on the facility so that is serious commitment for the future. Sign up on their website to be part of this great analogue revolution and take part in changing the future of Integral Film products.

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More photos of the factory after the jump…

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