Does the logo for Nationwide Insurance remind you of anything?
When this logo was launched in in 1999, the Website Business First described it thus: “The focus of the brand campaign will be an unusual new logo … a picture frame with the word ‘Nationwide’ on the bottom. Nationwide says the frame will [...]
John Reuter, of the 20×24 Studio, has just published a small, nicely printed book of his SX-70 work from the late 1970s. The photos are unique pieces, made by separating the component layers of the film packet, then painting and otherwise messing with them from within. A lot of people made pretty nice [...]
You may know about the “common reader” programs that many large universities now conduct among first-year students: Over the summer, everyone is assigned a single book, so that there’s a talking point for all during Orientation. Last week came the news that INSTANT: THE STORY OF POLAROID is going to be the University of [...]
The news leaked out of Japan a couple of months ago, but the official announcement appeared online just last week, and can be seen here (non-Japanese-speakers, click Google Translate). Fujifilm is discontinuing FP-3000B, its last black-and-white instant film. Final orders for the U.S. will apparently be shipped in the spring, and the last Japanese deliveries will [...]
Polaroid itself, as I understand it, kept a small museum display of artifacts and prototypes on view for awhile. I think it was in the Main Street/Osborn Street headquarters complex somewhere. But really, the only great visible display of Polaroidiana in our time has been in the lobby of the truly wonderful MIT [...]
This makes me chuckle every time I see it. A book by a guy who never got out of the foreign-language gate was published last week in Taiwan, translated into Mandarin. (You can order here, if you can read it.)
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