Impossible Project Space

    When Polaroid stopped production of analog instant film in 2008 it was thought to be the end of an era. Behind the scenes, however, two former employees, Florian Kaps and André Bosman, came together for a common goal. They wanted to create a new instant film system in the midst of a digital age. Using some of the last remaining Polaroid machines, a small and passionate team worked to make the impossible possible. Around the world, Impossible Project shops began opening and now Paris can be added to the list. Located in the artsy Marais district, the shop serves as a haven for those not satisfied by the digital-age. The space is filled with refurbished Polaroid cameras and most notably, a large butcher's meat refrigerator. The latter, a unique display case for the black & white and color films, is a testament to the out-of-the-box thinking of Impossible Project. Rent equipment, receive advice about your own analog instant photography or just take a look around. Impossible Project also hosts workshops and international exhibits. More than a boutique, it's a chance to rendezvous with fellow lovers of the instant photo.Show lessRead more

    77, rue Charlot , Paris



    Gifts, Electronics

    Public Transport
    M3, M5, M8, M9, M11 (République)

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