• The Impossible Project - New Polaroid Film
  • Posted 33 months ago by Jack Lowe · Art & Design · 8245 Views
  • The Impossible Project, run by a team of 10 former Polaroid employees, have developed some new Polaroid film for Spring 2012 which give the user much more flexibility when shooting. They've been made to develop faster, deliver a more consistent image and offer in-depth sharpness. To make sure the film is kept in the best possible condition, the packaging features a Keep Me Cool sticker that disappears when the film is at the right temperature (ie. in the fridge). Head over to The Impossible Project's online store to pick some of these up.

    www.the-impossible-project.com

    • The Px 100 silver shade is a great monochrome film, just get a classic polaroid cold clip for developing and your set. I love this film
    • Miliken Gardner Posted 33 months ago · 14 Reply
  • The Hardest Working Man On The Internet
  • 33 months ago · culture · 3 Comments · 3005 Views
  • Justin Knapp has just steamed past the one-million-edits mark on Wikipedia. Since 2005, Knapp has been busy (in his free time!) making an average of 385 amendments per day. If each one takes him just 3 and a half minutes to do, he's still spending over 22 hours a day improving the...
  • Tumblr To Introduce Dashboard Ads
  • 33 months ago · culture · 3 Comments · 4712 Views
  • With over 52 million blogs and 21 billion total posts, Tumblr are keen to monetize their product a little more. CEO David Karp announced that advertisers will soon (from 2 May, 2012) be able to buy ad units on the "Featured" section of Tumblr's dashboard, which gets roughly 120,000...
  • The Magic Cube Laser Keyboard
  • 33 months ago · Art & Design · 7 Comments · 10089 Views
  • A new product which allows you to use any surface as a keyboard has been developed by Celluon - a Korean technology firm. Named "The Magic Cube", the device projects the keyboard onto the surface using lasers which can pick up your finger movements. Not only does it work as a keyboard,...
  • Anthony Hopkins To Play Hitchcock
  • 33 months ago · film · 1 Comment · 3421 Views
  • Anthony Hopkins has accepted a new role to play Alfred Hitchcock in an upcoming biopic about the director's life. The film, which started filming earlier this month, is based on a book by Stephen Rebello called Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of Psycho. Other actors to star in the...
  • Bad Day Issue 13 Launch
  • 33 months ago · culture · 0 Comments · 6062 Views
  • Tonight, Bad Day magazine will be launching their latest issue - N║13 - at Printed Matter, Inc. in New York. The event will run from 6pm - 8pm and avant-garde musician Mick Barr will also be performing live, so if you're nearby this isn't one to miss!
  • Print Your House
  • 33 months ago · Art & Design · 1 Comment · 4176 Views
  • With the amazing advancements being made in 3D printing technology, it is now possible to print out your entire house in a few days - and an entire estate in just a few weeks. The Contour, a gigantic version of a 3D printer which uses fast-drying concrete to build up structures layer...
  • First Look: Maison Kitsune New York Store
  • 33 months ago · culture · 0 Comments · 6801 Views
  • Today saw the official opening of Maison KitsunÚ's first retail space in New York City. Located at the NoMad Hotel, the space has been carefully merchandised to allow each item to speak for itself and was designed to feel like...
  • USED Issue Nº3
  • 33 months ago · Art & Design · 0 Comments · 6117 Views
  • The increasingly popular USED Magazine (the last issue sold out multiple times) have just released Issue N║3, which comes with a choice of two covers - a black and white one featuring a Marilyn Monroe impersonator (limited edition) and another more colourful one featuring an image...