• Competition: Impossible Polaroid 636 Camera Kit
  • Posted 27 months ago by Jack Lowe · Art & Design · 8007 Views
  • In 2008, ten passionate and experienced Polaroid employees teamed together to save the last Polaroid production plant, rescuing analog instant photography from extinction by producing various unique instant films.

    Four years on and now with more than 25 employees, The Impossible Project release carefully refurbished original Polaroid camera kits, offering everything you need to discover and get started with instant film. To coincide with this, the book 101 Ways To Do Something Impossible has also been published, presenting a wide range of ideas what to do with an Impossible photo once ejected by your Polaroid camera.

    To win this kit, complete a copy of the 101 Ways To Do Something Impossible book, all you have to do is enter your name and email address below. There will also be two runners up will also receive a copy of the book.

    The competition will end on 1 December and the winners will be announced the following day.

    Competition now closed. Thank you for your entries, the winner will be announced on 2 December, 2012.

    www.the-impossible-project.com

    • hopefully it is me..send the love to Indonesia. Cheers!
    • asrul Posted 27 months ago · 24 Reply
  • Video: Musical Corner Shop with Red Stripe
  • 26 months ago · culture · 0 Comments · 9878 Views
  • As part of a new campaign, Red Stripe transformed a local Dalston corner store into one giant all-singing, all-dancing musical instrument. Directed by award-winning director Greg Brunkalla, with instruments by creative technologists...
  • Coca-Cola Clothing Autumn/Winter 2013 Collection
  • 27 months ago · style · 2 Comments · 11314 Views
  • In a rather strange turn of events, global superbrand Coca-Cola have unveiled an Autumn/Winter 2013 clothing collection. Unveiled at Fashion Rio, the collection is varsity sports inspired and incorporates modern synthetic materials...
  • Kidult Tags Maison Martin Margiela
  • 27 months ago · Art & Design · 25 Comments · 26005 Views
  • Looks like the Parisian graffiti artist Kidult has done his thing again, this time tagging the Maison Marin Margiela store in Belgium and writing "OUR MISERY NOT YOUR'S." Prior to this, Kidult reached the headlines for tagging the Hermes, Louis Vuitton and, most recently, Marc Jacobs...