The Impossible Project aims to save Polaroid photography, which is still one of our most precious memory from our childhood. In 2008 Florian ‘Doc’ Kaps and André Bosman bought the last factory in the world manufacturing Polaroid instant film, Impossible began with ten of the very best former Polaroid employees who shared their passion as well as the belief in an Impossible dream. Together they strive for new techniques that would bring the Polaroid vision into the 21th century.
One of their latest inventions is the Instant Lab, that is able to bridge the gab between digital and analog instant photography. It allows users to transform any digital image into a one-of-a-kind instant photograph just by using your iPhone. The resulting images are no longer confined to a screen and can be shared, exhibited or simply treasured. With its four element, high-quality, coated glass lens, its metal dark slide and its shutter mechanism, the Instant Lab works completely differently to a digital printer. Its an analog photographic tool, giving the flexibility, quality and creative possibilities of both digital and analog media. Click here for further information.
Today you can win the Instant Lab worth 249.00 EUR.
If you’d like to call it your own, like iGNANT and Impossible on Facebook and write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject ‘Impossible’ and your name. Everyone who participates will take part in the drawing. The winner will be selected randomly, he/she will be announced here on Thursday, December 19th. Good luck!
The winner is: Christina Götz. Congratulations!