A few months ago, we wrote about the Impossible project and their Impossible Instant Lab that allows users to change digital images into instant photos via their iPhone or iPod touch. And, this photography loving Berlin-based company has been busy – they have plenty of projects. But, we’re excited about their current exhibition. This past week, the Impossible Project collaborated with The Culture of Me (photographer Jeff Meltz) to take photos at a music festival that has been rocking New York City since 1981.
At CMJ Music Marathon, Impossible and The Culture of Me helped performers, bands and DJs in the “CMJ Penthouse Artist Lounge” morph their digital snapshots into analog photographs. These collected instant photographs – now in analog and not only pixel form – are currently on display in CMJ X The Culture of Me X Impossible Exhibition. I asked Impossible about the exhibition and collaborative project:
Impossible is proud to have been apart of CMJ for the past two years here in NYC. We’re excited to celebrate the launch of our first camera, the Impossible Instant Lab. Thanks to The Culture of Me, we are able to share this new innovative process with emerging musicians. Check out our exhibition featuring artists that stopped by the Penthouse Lounge at CMJ to make instant analog prints of their favorite images. The show is on view at our NYC Space during store hours [at the IMPOSSIBLE NYC Project Space in New York] until November 4th, 2013.
We not only love new projects and photography, but we also love interactive projects. So, come on interactive designers, impress us and enter your work in the HOW Interactive Design Awards today.
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