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About The Impossible Project

The Impossible Project’s grand plan, to rescue Polaroid film production from doom, has resulted in a slew of custom made new instant film for vintage Polaroid 600, SX-70, Spectra, and 8x10 cameras. In 2008, The Impossible Project saved the last Polaroid production factory for integral instant film in the Netherlands and started to invent and produce totally new instant film materials for traditional Polaroid cameras. Over 300,000,000 perfectly functional Polaroid cameras were, therefore, prevented from falling into obsolescence: a mighty gift indeed.

Past Sales Featuring The Impossible Project & more

Sale Ended February 22, 2014

Lomography

In the early 1990s, two students from Vienna, Austria, came across the quirky Russian Lomo Kompakt camera. Inspired by the artful photos it produced (which had saturated colors, overlay effects, and a subtle, vintage-y graininess), they started creating new analog cameras — making an indelible impact on the world of photography. Pick one up and get inspired to tell your life story in pictures.

Sale Ended August 12, 2014

The Impossible Project: Retro Cameras & Film

In an increasingly digital, Instagram-everything world, The Impossible Project is keeping analog photography alive and well. Started by a team of 10 former Polaroid employees, the company manufactures instant film for iconic Polaroid cameras like the 600 and the SX-70. Here, you’ll find both cameras and film — and a few books that’ll inspire your inner shutterbug.

Sale Ended December 07, 2013

Gift Pic: Lomography

In the early 1990s, two students from Vienna, Austria, came across the quirky Russian Lomo Kompakt camera. Inspired by the artful photos it produced (which had saturated colors, overlay effects, and a subtle, vintage-y graininess), they started creating new analog cameras — making an indelible impact on the world of photography. Pick one up and get inspired to tell your life story in pictures. (Of special note is the Spinner, which takes 360-degree-view photos; it’ll be the hit of your next party.)