- Not at all like a fairy tale, Doc’s first glimpse of Polaroid’s abandoned factory in Enschede, the Netherlands.
- Archaic metal machinery encrusted with photographic chemicals–an unpromising legacy Polaroid left Impossible.
- Into the mysterious dark, a visitor to Impossible’s factory dons night‐vision goggles.
- Lost identities preserved on Impossible film
- Black and white framed in Impossible gold
- Ben Innocent experiments with Impossible colour SX‐70
- Ben Innocent, moonrise (and set) over a landscape imagined on SX-70
- Impossible’s founder departs, a partial portrait of Florian‘Doc’ Kaps
Impossible’s journey began in 2008, when André Bosman and Florian ‘Doc’ Kaps purchased the last factory in the world manufacturing Polaroid instant film.
This simple act of passion and a belief in an impossible dream saved analog instant photography from extinction, and rescued over 200 million Polaroid instant cameras from becoming utterly useless. Now, from Impossible’s creative headquarters in Berlin, Germany, a new generation of passionate instant photography aficionados are intent on creating the future of analog instant photography, making the seemingly impossible possible.