Impossible Project Announces Project 8, the World's Largest Photo Sharing Program

A worldwide analog photography exchange
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A worldwide analog photography exchange
Image via: Impossible Project

Image via: Impossible Project

The instant photography purveyors at Impossible Project have announced Project 8, billed as the world's largest global photo sharing program. Initiated in Spring 2016, Project 8 kicked off by elnlisting noted contributors, including renowned photographers, musicians, designers and artists, to snap photos with the I-1, Impossible Project's first analog instant camera. The program continues with participants from the world over, who are invited to take photos using the I-1 Instant Camera, responding to one of eight briefs provided. They must send their photo to Impossible Project by July 2nd, whereupon it joins a global gallery exhibition at the end of the Project, joining images from original Project 8 Makers. They include Jack White, Anthony Vaccarello and Ellen von Unwerth, and a sampling of their photos are highlighted in the gallery below. As for the I-1 camera, it's avaialble now at impossible-project.com.

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