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Sometimes Microwavable Polaroid Film Is What's For Dinner

Sometimes Microwavable Polaroid Film Is What’s For Dinner

Louis Little – Sunken Polas | Impossible Magazine "I wanted to create something out of nothing. I took four and put them in the toaster. ‘Pop-tart Polaroids’ I called them. They were a little bit of fun. The heat from the toaster distorted the primary layer of the film. Sometimes it burnt right through, creating a variety of textures. It often bubbled which distorted the under-image...I then tried the complete opposite and submerged some more rejects in water."

Louis Little – Sunken Polas | Impossible Magazine "I wanted to create something out of nothing. I took four and put them in the toaster. ‘Pop-tart Polaroids’ I called them. They were a little bit of fun. The heat from the toaster distorted the primary layer of the film. Sometimes it burnt right through, creating a variety of textures. It often bubbled which distorted the under-image...I then tried the complete opposite and submerged some more rejects in water."

Ruined Polaroids by William Miller. As the title of this series says, these are some polaroid photographs which have been ruined, but I'm not sure about how they were impaired. They seem to be affected by some chemical reaction, as you can see in the following pictures they look very organic.-----http://www.triangulationblog.com/2012/04/ruined-polaroids-by-william-miller.html

Ruined Polaroids by William Miller. As the title of this series says, these are some polaroid photographs which have been ruined, but I'm not sure about how they were impaired. They seem to be affected by some chemical reaction, as you can see in the following pictures they look very organic.-----http://www.triangulationblog.com/2012/04/ruined-polaroids-by-william-miller.html

Louis Little is a London-based photographer who is currently working as an assistant for the British photographer Martin Parr. In 2014 he purchased his first Polaroid Camera and started to experiment with instant photography. And so had begun to collect a series of dud images that hadn’t turned out quite how he’d hoped. #art #Polaroid

Louis Little is a London-based photographer who is currently working as an assistant for the British photographer Martin Parr. In 2014 he purchased his first Polaroid Camera and started to experiment with instant photography. And so had begun to collect a series of dud images that hadn’t turned out quite how he’d hoped. #art #Polaroid

polaroid paintings: I removed film slides from the box without taking a picture, exposed them to different ambient light situations and worked the chemistry manually over the image.

polaroid paintings: I removed film slides from the box without taking a picture, exposed them to different ambient light situations and worked the chemistry manually over the image.

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