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Impossible Project Space Warsaw

modern space for retro photography outlet...

Impossible Project Space Warsaw

Monitors, stands, screens and display units house the film and reconditioned cameras, spotlighted ceiling illuminating spotless clean walls, examples of Polaroid photography arranged with spirit-level neatness...

When a bunch of Polaroid employees bought the company’s last remaining factory in an effort to keep instant analogue photography alive, many thought they were flogging a dead horse. Wind on a few years to a thriving film manufacturing business and a fifth retail store – Impossible Project and its legion of retro-fiend customers continue to confound the naysayers.

The latest outlet to open its doors is Impossible Project Space Warsaw, to be found in the city’s “concept mall”, and in keeping with the venue, if not with the company mission, the interior is much more techno than its European sister stores in Paris and Vienna. Monitors, stands, screens and display units house the film and reconditioned cameras, spotlighted ceiling illuminating spotless clean walls, examples of Polaroid photography arranged with spirit-level neatness.

Only the rough floor and visible venting give the space any industrial edge. The future of analogue photography is here, and it looks bright.

Impossible Project Space Warsaw
Impossible Project Space Warsaw
Impossible Project Space Warsaw
Impossible Project Space Warsaw
Impossible Project Space Warsaw

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