Win a Polaroid Camera or Other Prizes From GE and Polaroid as Part of the “22 Days of Invention” Celebration
GE is in the middle of their 22 Days of Invention campaign, and we're on board. Today, they've partnered with Polaroid on the anniversary of the first instant camera patent to give away a Polaroid and more than 100 other prizes. Here's how to win!Read on...
Say Cheese! We Finally have A Combination Polaroid/Cheese Slicer
Going to a fun birthday party this weekend, but don't know what to get your photo/cheese enthusiast friend? No problem! San Fransisco design company Gamago has got the combination cheese slicer/polaroid camera that every kitchen needs.Read on...
SoulPancake Put Up a Giant Camera to Capture Joy [Video]
Sometimes things are terrible. You could deal with those feelings with ice cream, letting yourself feel terrible, or with weird German ginger liquor. You could also choose to deal with them by watching this SoulPancake video of people mugging joyous expressions for a giant camera.Read on...
Polaroid Tries to Stay Relevant by Opening Fotobar Stores
Remember when photographs were physical objects and not just digital files? Polaroid sure does, and they want to bring back that bygone era by opening ten real-life brick-and-mortar Fotobar stores where customers can edit and print pictures from their smartphones and other devices. We won't say Polaroid is aiming this service at the elderly, but the first store is opening in Florida, so that probably gives you an idea of who they expect to use these stores.Read on...
Spider Jerusalem’s Camera-Glasses Exist and Lady Gaga Has Them
Rogue journalist Spider Jerusalem had a set of oddly-shaped glasses that snapped pictures. I've always wanted them even if they didn't snap pictures, simply because Spider Jerusalem is awesome, rogue journalism is awesome, and ridiculous-looking glasses that let me display my love for Transmetropolitan would be awesome. It turns out Polaroid actually made a set of glasses that snap pictures, which is awesome, but they're the product of Lady Gaga's tenure as Polaroid's creative director, which is less awesome, but not nearly as less awesome as the glasses being called "Grey Label by Haus of Gaga." Oh well.Read on...