Although there have been new Polaroid camera knockoffs to lessen the pain of the discontinuation of the original Polaroid camera and its instant film, we all know that the Polaroid camera is irreplaceable. Well André Bosman, former Polaroid employee, and Florian Kaps, a former manager of the Lomographic Society, feel the same way and are now in the process of collaborating with others to invent a new instant film pack.
According to The New York Times, they purchased old manufacturing equipment from a Polaroid factory and are hoping to start production as early as next year. Here's what Kaps had to say about this initiative:
This is a last chance to keep another analog iconic medium from disappearing. This is a unique medium and it deserves a second chance.
Appropriately entitled The Impossible Project, Bosman and Kaps hope to revive the popularity and love for analog photography with their new invention.