Posted by: 6x6pix | May 2, 2010

Impossible Project Opens NYC Shop

Last Friday, the folks at The Impossible Project opened their first brick-and-mortar store dedicated to instant film cameras and analog instant photography. The Four Corners Dark blog made the pilgrimage to Manhattan to check it out.

The store, located in a fifth-floor space in Soho, is selling off the last stock of original Polaroid cameras and film (purchased by the Project along with Polaroid’s last film production facility in The Netherlands ) as well as their own brand-new instant films, PX 100 and PX 600 Silver Shade. Future stores are in the works for Vienna and Berlin.

If you’re planning a trip to NYC, be sure to check it out — through August 22 the space is exhibiting The Impossible Collection, photos shot on the new Impossible Project film stocks  by more than 20 artists, including Grant Hamilton, Danny Clinch, and Jake Chessum. As an added bonus to visitors, the shop is offering weekly in-store-only specials through the end of May.

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