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 […]
We’re featured on Very Short List—the e-mail newsletter that offers three interesting bits of culture per day—this afternoon. Welcome to anyone who’s clicked through from the embedded link, and thanks to the VSL folks for the attention.
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• I’ve talked plenty about the 20×24 Studio […]
Once again proving that we here at Polaroidland are your best source of obsolete-photo-technology news, The New Yorker’s Calvin Tomkins follows our recent post about the presidential photo shoot with a perfectly charming Talk of the Town story (subscription required to read it online). I mean, he’s kind of late to the game and all, […]
We’ve talked plenty over here about the New55 Project, Bob Crowley’s extremely promising attempt to reintroduce, and improve upon, Polaroid’s Type 55 positive/negative instant film. But I was floored to see (via the 20×24 Studio) this set of photos, for which a Flickr user named julsdylan has made his (or her?) own […]
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