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The Impossible Project:

17 Feb


This is by far the coolest Project I’ve seen in a long time.  Chris, a fellow photography enthusiast, sent me a link to The Impossible Project, a movement to stop the extinction of instant developing film.  I literally got goose bumps reading through this site and how important instant photography is to these people, as it should be!  I love Polaroids, so do you.  There isn’t anyone out there that does not love Polaroids and The Impossible Project is actually doing something to protect it by developing new means to keep it in production.


“Impossible b.v. has been founded with the concrete aim to re-invent and re-start production of analog INTEGRAL FILM for vintage Polaroid cameras. Therefore Impossible b.v. has acquired the complete film production equipment in Enschede (NL) from Polaroid, has signed a 10-year lease agreement on the factory building; and has engaged the most experienced team of Integral Film experts worldwide.”


As I mentioned, I am so excited/interested/in full support of The Impossible Project.  please visit their site and snoop around.  You’ll find original photographs of the staff and factory (yes, of course they’re polaroids …)

Please let me know what you think.  Whether you are interested in the future of Polaroids or not I will be updating you all on any new developments and what we can do to help!