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Since assuming command of the now-defunct Polaroid film factory in Enschede over seven years ago, The Impossible Project has, almost single-handedly, been responsible for reviving a – what was thought to be – doomed industry. A relatively small operation with big shoes to fill, The Impossible Project’s range of analog instant films have quickly become go-to mediums for creative professionals.

Always evolving, the company has taken an outdated format and given it new life, with new product offerings – including refurbished Polaroid cameras and film – currently in the works.

While the above video explains how The Impossible Project has flourished over time, our recent visit to the company’s HQ gives a more detailed insight into the company’s creation process. Check out the video below.

To find out what limited-edition films are currently being offered, head over to the brand’s website.

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