The Impossible Project.

28 Nov

The Impossible Project is a company, which has founded the ‘re-invention’ of instant film. In 2008, the Impossible Project company saved and bought the last Polaroid production plant for integral instant film. They employed 10 of the very best former Polaroid employees who shared the belief to save Polaroid photography. Through the actions of the Impossible Project, the company have saved millions of instant cameras, which would have been made redundant. They have helped:

“Perfectly functioning Polaroid cameras from becoming obsolete, changes the world of photography and keeps variety, tangibility and analogue creativity and possibilities alive”

-The Impossible Project.

The Impossible Project is a passionate company that seeks to further the development of instant, analogue photography. They have a hopeful future for instant photography, which is supported by passionate users too. They aim to produce further colour processes and materials as well as 8 x 10 and 20 x 24 inch material. The Impossible Project also started the Camera Project. They are evaluating if  and how it is possible to produce a new analogue camera. They aim to create a new analogue camera with professional gears and possibilities.

“The future is analogue”

-The Impossible Project.

They have also put together The Impossible Collection. It is another project from Impossible, which is dedicated to instant, analogue photography, by collaborating with international photographers, working with Impossible’s new instant films and building a contemporary archive of instant photographic artworks.

To kill off polaroid film completely would have been a sad end to such an amazing medium within photography.

Visit The Impossible Project’s website at:


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