| Oct 24, 03:00 PM
Hello friends, and welcome back to Viewfinder, our ongoing series in which we bring you interesting projects people are working on incorporating Impossible films. Many of you have jumped at the opportunity to share the photo-illustrations you’ve created using the new Impossible Photo Pen set in our Make Your Mark gallery. Our good friend Ben Innocent has gone especially pen-crazy, creating some beautiful pieces of photo art…
“My work with the Impossible Photo Pens started as a bit of fun on old Impossible images for me, but the more I used them the more they become another way by which you can connect with a photograph and express yourself with the Impossible films. It began with discarded images but now I find that I will shoot with the purpose of illustrating. Just looking in the Make Your Mark gallery there is a real variety of amazing designs that display a little bit more of the personalities that created them. For me, the pens help create a comic book feel and a slight detachment from reality of the image without totally losing the photograph itself. The pens are just so great and very effective on the Impossible films. A medium well-worth exploring for any that don’t have them yet.”
Thanks to Ben for sharing! To see more of his photo-illustrations, click HERE.
Have you picked up a pack of Impossible Photo Pens yet? Grab a set now and submit your creations to the Make Your Mark gallery before November 30th for a chance to win and possibly have your work featured in an upcoming exhibition at the Impossible NYC Space!