• Kodak No 1 Camera 125th Anniversary Photographs
  • Posted 7 months ago by staff · Art & Design · 7190 Views
  • To mark the 125th anniversary of the Kodak No 1 Camera, the iconic photography company have released a selection of early images taken with the unique camera. When it was launched by founder George Eastman 125 years ago, the Kodak No 1 came pre-loaded with 100 exposures and required the customer to use all the film and then return the entire camera for processing. Each of the resulting images were then returned to the customer in a circular (65 mm diameter) format, chosen partly to ensure the user didn't have to hold the camera horizontal to the horizon, and partly to compensate for the poor image quality that was often found in the corners of the rectangular negative. The success of the camera was partly down to the the catchy slogan "You Press the Button, We Do the Rest".

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  • Video: Carhartt WIP Introduces The Londoners
  • 7 months ago · style · 2 Comments · 2861 Views
  • Carhartt WIP present a behind-the-scenes look at a recent shoot by Swiss/Chinese photographer Jeff Hahn. The short spot was directed by Santiago Arbelaez and documents the making of a shoot called "The Londoners", which features...
  • Video: GoPro HERO3+ Black Edition Commercial
  • 7 months ago · tech · 2 Comments · 2944 Views
  • To introduce the new HERO3+ Black Edition, extreme video and photography company GoPro have released a four-and-a-half minute commercial shot entirely with the new model. With a 30% longer battery life and at 20% smaller and...
  • Kidult Hits Chanel Paris
  • 7 months ago · Art & Design · 9 Comments · 6304 Views
  • Notorious graffiti artist Kidult is at it once again, this time vandalising the front of a Chanel store in Paris with the words "50% Off Crisis Day Sale" in bright red. The piece has been timed to coincide with Paris Fashion Week and follows previous acts of vandalism on Marc Jacobs,...
  • Alex Chinneck's Sliding House
  • 7 months ago · Art & Design · 11 Comments · 12132 Views
  • Alex Chinneck - the British artist and designer responsible for the identically smashed windows in Hackney - has unveiled a stunning new site-specific piece entitled "From the knees of my nose to the belly of my toes." Located in the seaside town of Margate in Kent, UK, the piece...